During our 2014 holiday on Milos, we discovered Mouratos Bakery on a rainy day. We took refuge from the rain and wind in the bakery, finding a table in the corner by the window and eating pitas and spanakopita, drinking coffee and then eating fruit pies. Perched on the top of a hill, we had a perfect view acrosss a large part of Milos (even if it were covered in misty rain).
On our return visit to Milos in 2017, we returned to the bakery. The counters were again filled with Greek pastry delights both savoury and sweet.
When the staff found out I was a baker from Sydney, I then got the tour of the bakery. Bread and other baked good were removed from the oven decks to show me what was being baked that day.
The staff were explaining this bread, below, was yellow bread (I think) and it was used by the local school for it's students lunches (again, I think).
The baklava and katafi are just dripping with honey and are so delicious.
In the centre of the bakery is a long table, with baskets full of local Greek biscuits.
If you're driving along the north part of Milos, it well worth a stop, chat with the friendly staff... have a coffee and pastry at the bakery, or stock up on some Greek bakery treats back to your villa.
Mouratos Bakery's website is HERE.
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