A cool restaurant decorated from the flintstones, you can take a picture in Fred Flintstones car outside the restaurant. The staff are dressed as flintstones.
You can even buy the outfit that the staff is wearing, they also have child sizes.
Adult Fred Flintstones shirt: 15€
Child shirt: 10€
You can find the best restaurant about 3km from the city on Nissi ave. Close to Nissi Beach.
This restaruant has something for everyone. Grills, Steaks, variety of Cypriot meze, Cyprus Specialities, Fish Dishes, Fish Meze, Vegetarian Dishes, Pastas and Pizza.
This restaurant also have a big Mini Luna Park for the kids, Cinema screen with cartoons
DONT MISS THIS RESTAURANT.
Favorite Dish: Everything was great. And I mean it....
If you get hungry or thirsty when you´r at Nissi Beach you can take a bite at the cafe right by the beach. They offer fast food like hamburgers, sandwitches, pasta, waffels, icecream, and of course beers and drinks.
Hamburger meal: 8€
Hamburger : 4,5€
Pizza slice: 2€
Smirnoff ice: 5€
Well a McDonald´s is a McDonald´s where ever you go in the world. But there is a burger here that you can´t find some where else, and that is the GreekMac.
The GreekMac is a Wrap with Greek burger, salad, ketchup, greek sauce, mustard, tomatoes and onions.
Favorite Dish: GreekMac
G L O S S A R Y
I thought to give you the name of some Cypriot dishes and explain what each one represents so that you know exactly what it is when you are at a Cypriot restaurant.
You can of course photo copy and have it with you on your trip.
Afelia: it is pork cooked in red wine crushed coriander seeds
Arni: it is lamb
Avgolemono: egg and lemon soup
Bourekia: small puff pastries with meat, or cheese and cream with a cheese filling.
Daktyla: almong finger pastries
Elioti: olive bread or pie
Elies tsakistes: cracked green olives with coriander seeds, lemon and crushed garlic.
Fangri: sea bream
Fasolia: haricot beans cooked in a casserole
Feta: salty white cheese usually crumbled on village salads.
Flaounes: Cypriot Easter cakes made with cheese and spices
Glyko: preserved fruits in syrup
Halloumi: firm goats or ewes milk cheese, often served grilled.
Horiatiki salata: village salad of white cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers, capers, olives, onion, etc.
Houmous: dip from soaked, crushed chick peas
Kapari: pickled caper
Karaoli yahni: snails in tomato sauce
Keftedes: meat balls
Kleftiko ofto: lamb or goat wrapped in foil with herbs and baked in a sealed oven
Kolokotes: pastries stuffed with red pumpkin, raisins and pourgouri
Koupepia or dolmades: stuffed vine leaves
Koupes: cigar shaped wheat cases with meat filling
Loukoumades: doughnuts in syrup
Loukanika: Cyprus sausages
Loukoumia: Wedding shortbread
Lountza: smoked and marinated loin of pork
Moungra: pickled cauliflower
Moussakas: a pie made from layers of minced beef, spices and vegetables with cheese topping
Octopodi krasato: octopus in red wine
Pitta: flat envelope of unleavened bread
Pourgouri pilafi: pilaf of cracked wheat
Ravioli: pastry stuffed with halloumi and mint
Rizi: wheat and lamb pilaf, served at weddings.
Sheftalia: minced pork and herb rissole
Souvla: large chunks of lamb cooked on a spit
Stifado: rich beef and onion stew
Tahini: sesame seed paste, served as a dip
Taramosalata: dip made from smoked cods roe
Trahanas: soup from cracked wheat and yoghurt
Tzantziki/or Talatouri: yoghurt, cucumber and mint dip
Yemista: baked stuffed vegetables with rice and minced beef
Ask the taverna owner what they are cooking that day and what is available for you to try.
Whatever they are cooking, they will be eating themselves so you can be SURE it will be fresh.
They will also be using seasonal fruit and vegetables so you can be certain you will never have the same meal twice.
Fondest Memory: Lucky to be a Cypriot myself, and YOU as visitors - being in Cyprus!!!!
We have the freshest fruit and vegetables imaginable.
Everything TASTES so good, as most Cyprus food is freshly picked the morning you buy it.
As the quality of the produce is so good, it follows that you will get a great meal in most tavernas.
THE BEST FOOD is made by taverna owners who have one love in life - FOOD!
Now don't expect white table cloths or fancy cutlery in the mountain villages AND don't expect to be offered a huge menu.
In fact, don't even bother to ask for the menu!
Tourists won’t be disappointed with the cuisine and the countless restaurants in Agia Napa.
There are indeed countless restaurants that specialize in a host of cuisines from around the world, everything from the romantic and traditional, to fast food and pub-grub being on offer.
Whether it is a Big Mac, Fish n’chips, a Chinese or formal French restaurant, everything is within short distance. They are centrally located and it is up to you to choose where to go to.
I will advice you to try the Cypriot Traditional Restaurants before your holidays are over. In fact I suggest you visit these first. I am sure you will want to go there again and again. There is a variety of different dishes, especially if you ask for “mezedes”.
I highly recommend the typical Cypriot ‘meze’ made up of between 15 to 20 island dishes.
THE FISHING RESTAURANTS AND TAVERNAS
AT THE LIMANAKI AREA
(Limanaki means small port)
Here at the port area, Vassos Taverna, or Faros Beach Taverna and the one opposite the boats (main picture) are all nice Restaurants. I suggest that you try them one evening out.
They are kind of more expensive and where it comes to fish or lobsters the bill can get really expensive. If you want a special night out I would recommend any of the three.
I have eaten one or two evenings out here, the service was great and the people very kind.
The one in the main photo which is next to the boats is also a Snack and Cocktail Bar and Cafe so I suggest that you come and have a snack or an ice cream here and ask for the price list for either lunch or dinner.
The view is great in all three Restaurants, which will pay you off whether you have an ice cream, a snack or a proper menu.
Try eating cheaper in more centrally Restaurants.
Favorite Dish: I had a Grilled fish,
A fried Kalamari, and a Mixed Green Cypriot Salad.
I enjoyed the meal because both the Kalamari and the Fish seemed very fresh to us.
Although I have not tried eating at this Restaurant which is a Cafeteria at the same time serving Cocktails and snacks because we had F/B at our hotel, yet I can say that it is quite popular with reasonable prices. I always think that if a shop has many customers while some others none, it shows that people have tried it.
One of my photos shows prices as well, just to give you the picture.
Located near the rich beauty of the local Mediterranean Nissi beach with all it's golden splendor. Near sea front, opposite Nissi Beach Hotel.
We offer a large variety of food for all your tastes, from Fresh fish of the cost of Cyprus.
Traditional Cyprus dishes, Steaks, Grills, pasta, pizza, salads as well a fine selection of wine
And also has a mini luna park,verry good place if u have children,you can eat and have fun and your children can play
Favorite Dish: i like all,kleftiko,sea food,meze