If you haven’t had the privilege of travelling to Greece yet, walking into a Mythos restaurant is like stepping into a Mediterranean village, featuring some of the best of Greek architecture and décor and, of course, some cultural trinkets like the ‘mati’ or evil eye, believed to bring you good luck and protect you from ill intentions.
Each restaurant has been decorated with beautiful souvenirs from the iconic Greek mainland. As a tasteful tribute to Greece, they encapsulate the essence and warmth of the isles.
A gorgeous aesthetic greets you, featuring striking murals of Greek mythology, marble floors, naturally bleached wood (as if salt-washed from the sea), olive trees, and beautiful wall murals (depicting ancient Grecian scenes in swirls of blue, as well as Gods and Goddesses, such as Poseidon and Hebe). Glittering accents of copper and gold are dispersed throughout the rooms.
A striking focal point, found in every Mythos restaurant, is the line of blue and white hand-crocheted chandelier covers, representing those you find on the streets of Greece, made by local artists.
Each restaurant reflects Greece in its own way, but at the heart of it all lies the quintessential character of the Greek islands of Crete, Mykonos, and Santorini, where you can bask under blue skies and protection from evil eyes.