At Fokos Beach this secluded and beautiful restaurant is set against panoramic views of the Aegean and the rolling countryside beyond. Described as a ‘jewel of Cycladic architecture’, Fokos Tavern has been constructed with simple elegance from stone and wood, with wicker or canvas roofing and spaces between supporting columns which function as large windows. The unique architecture gives this restaurant an open-air feel, while providing shade and shelter. The climbing vines are a splash of sudden green. This restaurant returns guests to an age when Mykonos was quieter and more isolated, allowing you to appreciate the absolute beauty of this island while enjoying delectable food.