Among all the resorts I have been to, Balesin Island has the best food selection. They don’t only have a wide selection, every restaurant in the island are all good. Beyond par.
For me, at least.
Even their pan de sal is the best.
So, when the sun is hiding and it’s windy and cold the next best thing to do is food trip.
That’s just what I did.
Let’s start with breakfast.
We had breakfast in the clubhouse. Filipino breakfast buffet.
Rice for breakfast? Who does that?
For lunch we made reservations in St. Tropez.
French Cuisine at:
For starters we had the Duck pate’
And for my main course I had the prosciutto and shrimp omelette. I decided to eat light since I had rice for breakfast.
I love all the colorful plates that they hang on the wall.
We had dinner in Thanassis Taverna. And of course for starter we had the usual sizzling cheese!
We had this shrimps with feta cheese and tomato sauce they called Saragani Shrimps which was so yummy. To say the very least.
For my main course I had the grilled lamb ribs. The meat falls off the bone. This is my favorite here in Mykonos!
Today, I had the usual filipino breakfast. Garlic rice, beef tapa, etc. But for lunch I had this:
Get me out of this island. Please. Now.
The rest of the villages are:
Costa del Sol – The Spanish Village. We had dinner here the day we arrived and I was so happy I got to eat their Paella Negra again. We ordered all the tapas and everything as in everything was delicious.
Bali Village – the Indonesian village
Toscana Village – the Italian village
Phuket Village – Asian Village
Royal Villa – the executive Villa. Patterned by one of the Royal Palaces
Balesin Village – Filipino Village
I always like to stay in Balesin village because it has the best beach front in the entire island. I took a video walking by the shore. Pardon the noise. It was so windy.