From the starlit pool discover a mystic path to an iconic rustic heavy wooden door to find luxury in simplicity, at a special fine dining experience exclusive for Mykonos Ammos Hotel guests. Cycladic style arched doorways give way to white washed walls shaping into a cave like delightful space, cozy enough to lounge your time to an in-style, unpretentious seaside experience at the sandy beach of Ornos, in Mykonos. Enter the My Ammos beach -front living space and your eyes will instantly meet with the deep blue horizon of the Aegean sea whilst surrounded by the white washed curvy walls. Beautiful rustic willow baskets hanging upside down from the ceiling swinging to the rhythm of the wind will instantly give you that in-style beach ambience that lifts you up.
Reserved exclusively for Mykonos Ammos guests, the space transmits a serene laid back homely feeling, the perfect backdrop for serving true island delicacies with an exotic Asian fusion twist in mischief to awaken one’s senses. The renowned Chef Aris Tsanaklidis, in collaboration with Creative Chef John Vidalis present a collection of contemporary Mediterranean cuisine transfused with intense Asian flavours that come as a surprise. There is a wide selection to choose from, including fresh fish, char-grills, ala’carte selections and day specials. Mykonos Ammos guests will absolutely love the hard-to-resist temptation, a chef’s special edit, the mouthwatering sushi-bytes, for a light lunch or an exotic cocktail session full of a Mykonian barman’s secrets.
The MyAmmos Lounge Bar serves a parallel sophisticated beach bar at the exclusive beach section of Ornos dedicated to our guests. One can enjoy sumptuous cocktails and a wide range of healthy drinks for day or night. The Greek wine list will charm you and will take you to a journey amongst the vineyards of Greece.
Ask for a private dining experience by the seashore, with an a la carte menu for your most special occasion.
A selection of specialty teas and coffees are available throughout the day for instant thirst quenching from the hot sun of Mykonos.