Krama Mykonos

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Not only is Krama restaurant visually stunning, they are also serving up some of the best and most exciting food in Mykonos. Located in Mykonos Town at the five-star Semeli Hotel, Krama has quickly established itself as the place to go for a romantic candle-lit dinner or a special occasion with friends.

The chef Ioannis Parikos has worked at some of the best restaurants in Europe, including the prestigious Michelin three-star Hotel Bristol in Paris and the two-star Sea Grill in Brussels. He brings his wealth of experience and skill to produce a menu of creative Greek cuisine. 

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The menu at Krama is a tantalizing mix of seasonally inspired Greek cuisine that can make it challenging to make a choice. Offering a tasting menu and à la carte options, the selection of dishes is so appealing that it can be tough to narrow it down. During our last visit, we decided to try the tasting menu, and we were blown away by the Baby Lamb dish that had been slow-cooked for 12 hours and served with Celeriac Puree and Cous Cous. Without a doubt, it was one of the most exceptional dishes we had tasted in Mykonos. To top it off, we indulged in a delectable dessert of caramelized peaches, yoghurt mousse, honey, and lime sorbet that tasted as delightful as it sounded.

Take a seat at the poolside bar and let the mixologists shake you up a cocktail before dinner. We loved the Alchemists Rum – A punchy cocktail with Cuban Rum, Greek Tedura Liquer, Passion Fruit and Cinnamon. After dinner we recommend finishing the evening in style with a cocktail at the Semeli Lobby Lounge bar.

Krama often have live music, so keep an eye on their events page or follow them on Instagram.


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