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Dine at Grace Hotel

Private Clifftop Dining in the heart of Santorini

Mediterranean Cuisine with a French touch In the Cliffs of Imerovigli
Contemporary renditions of traditional Mediterranean cuisine form the backbone of our dining philosophy at Grace Hotel, from Langoustines "Saganaki" to Cylinder of "Fava". Our Consultant Executive Chef, Jean-Charles Métayer along with our Head Chef, Giannis Koutsoperakis source only the best Greek ingredients—from Santorini's special range of vegetables to Assyrtiko, one of Greece’s finest whites found on the island—to create an unforgettable Santorini dining experience with a supreme sense of place.
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Unforgettable Dining

Santoro

Here’s where to find Santorini’s most innovative takes on classic Mediterranean cuisine while dining against a whitewashed indoor-outdoor space facing our iconic infinity pool and the picturesque Aegean Sea.
  • Mood is elegant, sensual and contemporary
  • Smart casual dress code
  • Sea View Dining
  • Open 7:30am - 11am daily for breakfast, 12pm - 6pm daily for lunch, 6:30pm - 10:30pm daily for dinner
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Private Dining

When you crave a night unlike any other, our on-call private chef will craft a menu personalized for your special occasion.

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Stories from Santorini

Santorni wine making tradition

Drink An Expert’s Guide to the Top Wineries to Visit in Santorini

As Grace Hotel’s Head Chef, I’m blessed to be around so many distinctive, superbly refreshing white wines. They are the products of the island’s rich, centuries-old winemaking tradition. Crisp, minerally and bone-dry, these white wines pair wonderfully with local dishes, from the whole range of mezze spreads and refreshing salads tossed with feta or goat cheese, to lemon-accented fish and seafood dishes. Made primarily from the assyrtiko grape, which is grown on 65 percent of the ungrafted vines on the island, these wines beautifully represent their unique terroir.

Yiannis Koutsoperakis
Staff
Head Chef of Santoro Restauran
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Eat The Santorini Cherry Tomato Changed My Life

Would it sound entirely ridiculous to say the Santorini Cherry Tomato changed my life? My first encounter with the locally-grown treasure was at Aktaion Restaurant, an unassuming traditional taverna that turned out to to be one of the oldest on the island, built over nearly a century ago. It was there that my wife and I first tasted a traditional korkosela made with eggs, fresh tomato and green bell pepper. It was unlike any dish I have ever had. As a backyard-tomato-farmer, the delicacy sent me into a frenzy to research the mystical Santorini Tomato.

Aspiring Tomato Connoisseur
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