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Caprice Sea Satin Market

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Caprice Sea Satin Market Review

If the wind is up, the waves sing at this magical spot, set on a far tip of land below the famous windmills of Mykonos. The preferred place for Greek shipowners, Caprice the restaurant (as opposed to the bar by the same name, which is nearby) sprawls out onto a seaside terrace and even onto the sand of the beach bordering Little Venice. When it comes to fish, prices vary according to weight. Shellfish is a specialty, and everything is beautifully presented. In summer, live music and dancing add to the liveliness.

    Contact Information

  • Address: On seaside under windmills, Little Venice, Mykonos Town, Mykonos 84600
  • Phone: 22890/24676
  • Website:
  • Location: Mykonos

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-19-2013

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    Walked out - Rude Service

    Sea Satin is proposed to be one of the best restaurants in Mykonos. TO find the restaurant is a challenge as it is out on the water. It is like eating in an old fishing hut or country farm. It is a market not really a fine restaurant so one would go here for the food. The night we went, it was very gusty winds and the plastic tarps on the windows were banging.
    The food is weighed in Kilos and when I tried to get the waiter to explain, he was so rude that we just walked out. In speaking to some other travelers on the airplane home, they had been treated with similar rudeness. We ended up at Katherines and the food and service very nice.

    by Sunfleet, 9/17/08

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