Breakfast at Melenos Lindos is served from 8.00 to 10.00 am. The hotel is a member of the “Greek Breakfast” project, meaning basically the breakfast menu features a good choice of traditional local products. I had freshly squeezed orange juice, a few traditional Greek savoury pies, Greek yoghurt with fruits and honey, and skipped the fresh croissants, the traditional sweets and the eggs.

The lunch menu features light dishes such as salads and pastas, and for dinner you can enjoy some fine and creative Greek & Mediterranean cuisine on the romantic terrace at the top of the property. I can’t claim I have tried them all, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this is the best restaurant on Rhodes Island.

If you don’t want to eat in the Melenos Lindos restaurant every night, you have a good choice of Greek and other restaurants in Lindos, and there are also some charming traditional beach tavernas.