Belvedere Hotel,

“A Taste of Greece” at Thea Estiatorio

On Tuesday July 27th we celebrated the commencement of a very special collaboration on a private party. HRH Princess Tatiana’s cookbook, ‘A Taste of Greece’ inspired Thea Estiatorio. Thus, for this summer’s menu, HRH collaborated with our executive chef, Nikos Zervos in creating three signature dishes; A Greek salad Gazpacho for starter, Fish a la Spetsiota as a main course and for dessert, a mouthwatering Greek coffee Ice Cream Parfait.

Guest started to arrive at 20:00 and Princess Tatiana was there to welcome them, explain about our collaboration and book sign the “A Taste of Greece” cookbooks. Guest had also the chance to taste the revamped Greek menu of Thea along with the three dishes of the collaboration. Part of proceeds of the three dishes benefit the Greek NGO, dedicated to reducing food waste and providing meals to those in need.

Thea Estiatorio is considered as one of the top Greek dining choices in Mykonos offering mouthwatering dishes while overlooking Mykonos at its private terrace.

Belvedere Hotel,

20 for 20


20 fun facts, one for each of Belvedere’s seminal birthdays. Let the countdown begin!

1. 50 Shades of White
The Belvedere jumped on the White Party bandwagon in August 1999, at a birthday bash for co-owner Tasos Ioannidis, continuing the tradition for the next 8 years.

2. Pierros le Fou
Did you know the building housing Matsuhisa restaurant was once the holiday home of flamboyant socialite Pierro Aversa? Seeing endless possibilities where others only saw sea and sun, he opened legendary bar Pierros in 1970. Needless to say, Mykonos has never been the same.