Top Choice Cycladic in Adamas

O! Hamos

In this rustic taverna across the road from the beach, sit in the garden and choose from an array of traditional recipes, such as goat baked in parchment. The best picks are cheeses and grilled meats, served with wa…
Top Choice Seafood in Pollonia


Armenaki is revered for its fishy business – this place is all about seafood (in fact, there’s little else on the menu). Seafood in all its guises is cooked to perfection, and service is first-rate (including the fi…
Top Choice Cycladic in Plaka & Trypiti


The whole cheerful family is involved at this top-notch taverna in a picturesque laneway setting. Classic Greek dishes have an assured touch and range from grilled vegetables with manouri (soft cheese) to grilled sw…
Cycladic in Plaka & Trypiti


Every evening, diners are lured to the little square below Trypiti's church by the wafting smells of sizzling meat on the grill. It's all organic and raised on the owner's farm; choose from sausage, beef with figs o…
Steak in Pollonia

Jordan's Steak House

Just imagine: you spent the day at the beach. You come here, suntanned, happy, salty, ravenous. Then comes the moment of ecstasy: a giant slab of perfectly grilled T-bone or rib-eye or tenderloin placed in front of …
Cafe in Plaka & Trypiti


This old-world cafe is a perfect pit stop for breakfast or coffee, but it’s mostly worth stopping by to try some local specialities: karpouzopita (watermelon cake or pie), unique to Milos and Folegandros, and ladeni…
Seafood in Pollonia


Watch port life while digging into fresh seafood and yummy pastas. Bustling Gialos has a creative menu bursting with fresh local flavour, including tuna tataki, salmon with nettle and sour-cheese patties. Save room …
Sushi in Pollonia


Chic new Japanese restaurant, complete with ambient beats on the stereo, waterside terrace and funky wicker furniture. The sushi roll combos are imaginative and well-executed, and the spicy tuna sashimi stands out.
Taverna in Milos


Popular eatery smack-bang on the shore, with a novel hook: ‘volcanic food’ (ie dishes slow-cooked underground using the sand’s thermal heat). There’s also a full menu of Greek favourites, and a breezy view.
Taverna in Adamas


This place has pedigree: it’s the oldest waterfront restaurant in town. Choose from grilled meats (for which it’s known), fish by the kilo or traditional specialities like lamb in lemon sauce.