With a name that means ‘roots’ in Greek, it’s should come as no surprise that Reeza is dedicated to re-imagining the island’s most authentic cuisine. If you’re keen to explore modern Mykonian dining, you couldn’t ask for a more spectacular setting. The restaurant sits poolside at the Rocabella hotel, with views over the picturesque Chora (main town).
Tasting menus are hard to find on Mykonos, but Reeza has set the bar high with three to choose from. We loved their smoked beef tartare, langoustine and onions and Iberico pork. The restaurant even has its own pastry chef, ensuring desserts such as the ‘chocolate sin’ are as delectable as the main courses.
Greek wine has grown in confidence in recent years. Why not book a tasting and let the in-house sommelier introduce you to a few special bottles?