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  • Melania Restaurant: Best and cheapest, original Cypriot meals in Papho

    by ginogeorgiou Written Aug 6, 2010

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    We were having our dinner in melania restaurant every year. Every year we notice that they getting better. Only, this year they manage to grow all the vegetables, potatoes and fruits at there own land next to the restaurant. According the owners, they are not trying to minimize the cost but to supply there family and the customers with fresh organically homegrown products. They never sell there products at any market. There family wine is very nice. Sure they know how to look after grape vines, the huge vine yard around the restaurant verify this.
    While having our dinner under the vines we fell that we are 1000 km away from the noisy tourism area. Because of the fresh organic food we can eat too much every day and we never fell stuffed.
    The owner Matheos (moustache), his wife Elli (always smiling) and his son George (young philosopher, very high educated) and few more stuff give there best to satisfy our gastronomic needs!

    Favorite Dish: There mousaka and meze (Cypriot specialities ) are the best. Steaks are also very nice. All grilled meals are fresh delicious.

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  • Vienna Cafe Paphos, Cyprus: First and last time

    by schanett Written Oct 12, 2008

    The Vienna Cafe in Paphos, Cyprus looks amazing from outside with the beautiful colours and decorations, so I wanted to try how it is from the inside.
    I wish I didn`t! We have waited to get the menu for about 10 minutes, although the waitresses looked at us many times, but nobody cared. They were sitting on the sofas chatting to other customers, guessing their friends.
    When finally the male waiter brought the menu, we ordered 2 coffees and 2 desserts. I was happy to found a dessert which said had strawberries and rosted almonds on it.
    Disappointment again....
    1. The water I ordered was out of stock
    2. My coffe was a single espresso although it clearly said on the menue it was double espresso in it with milk and something else (no milk either)
    3. My dessert had no almond flakes whatsoever on it and the strawberries were from a can, melting from the sugar syrup :-(
    4. My friend ordered a cold coffee latte which came without milk, when we asked to bring some milk, we got some boiled one!

    When I asked the waitress why wasn`t there any almond on my dessert, I was told : "Next time say you want almonds before you finish eating it" WOW! Why would I have to say it when it states on the menu???????
    I also said I expected something more austrian-style if it`s called Vienna Cafe... She said: " Well this place has nothing to do with Vienna" WOW! Amazed again on how she doesn`t care about the image of the place.

    So I am asking myself:
    Why do they call a place Vienna Cafe if there is nothing from Austria?
    Why do they employ these rude waitresses who have absolutely no idea of customer service?
    Why was the owner of the shop smoking cigar and sitting from one table to the next bringing his children and letting them play on the floor?
    Is this good customer service?
    Is this like a coffee shop in Vienna?
    I bet the owner has never been there, I have many times and they are very famous for their service and food.

    Make it short: this is a place which I will never visit again.

    I would like to hear about other people`s experience about this coffee shop.

    Thanks for reading my comment.

    Favorite Dish: nothing

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  • various: Don't believe the Guide Books

    by johnka Written Apr 29, 2008

    Guide books recommend various restaurants but when you go they have closed, changed ownership or simply gone downhill. Take your courage in your hands and try any one.

    As an example Rough Guide recommends Tyriminhos as 'possibly the best fish restaurant' in Paphos. It served musssels - turned out to be frozen green-lipped as available from your local cut-price supermarket. Dover Sole with special garlic sauce was so smopthered in sauce as to destroy the delicate taste of the sole. Service was by young students who had little idea of the food. Very disappointing.

    Favorite Dish: The bottle of Keo beer.

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  • THE WINDMILL RESTAURANT: Don't miss the lemon pancake and Special coffe

    by kitty. Written Mar 18, 2008

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    FOR EATING YOU HAVE TO GO TO THE WINDMILL RESTAURANT IS ONLY A FEW METERS AWAY FROM SAINT ANTONIOS BAR STREET OPPOSITE THE ANGLICAN CHURCH. THEY HAVE SET MENUS WITH 3 COURSE DINNER FOR A VERY GOOD PRICE. THE FOOD IS LOVELY AND THE OWNER IS SO FRIENDLY.RESTAURANT WAS RECOMMEND BY SUNDAY TIMES AND SKY T.V. THEIR MEZE IS EXCELLENT BUT COULDN'T FINISH IT THEY WERE SO MANY THINGS TO EAT. THE FOOD IS PERFECT. WE ALSO HAD PEPPER STEAK FOR ONLY 11 EUROS AND SET MEAL 3 COURSES FOR 14.50 EUROS.
    DON'T MISS THEIR LEMON PANCAKE BACLAVA CREAM CARAMEL AND THE SPECIAL COFFEE THAT THE OWNER SERVES ON YOUR TABLE.
    TO CONTACT THEM CALL 00357 26 933518

    Favorite Dish: PEPPER STEAK AND CHICKEN PIKATINA WERE MY FAVORITE DISHES. CHICKEN PIKATIN IS FRIES CHICKEN IN A TOMATO SAUSE AND CHEESE ON TOP. ALL SERVED WITH FRESH VEGIES OF THE DAY, RICE AND ROAST POTATOES.
    REALLY TASTY.

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    nikos tyrimos fish taverna: indifferent fish and seafood

    by call_me_rhia Updated Feb 3, 2008

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    Everyone in town, and all guidebooks, seem to recommend this fish restaurant... a simple taverna very popular with locals and visitors - in fact when we went there, it was mainly packed with locals, which we took as a good sign.

    Favorite Dish: The meal was fairly indifferent... the speciality is the Fish meze - a huge selection of fish mezes (over 20, if I recall correctly) but you cannot choose them. We asked about them, and most of them cosisted of fried fish. We declined.

    I don't remember what fish we had - but it was nothing sepcial . in particular the grilled sardines were tasteless. We had the feeling that despite its popularity the fish was not the freshest on the market. In all fairness everyone else seem to be happy about their meals, and about 95% of the customers had ordered fried fish.

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    Hondros: Greek Taverna

    by clouds111 Updated Oct 12, 2007

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    A nice Cypriot typ taverna serving traditional local food at reasonable prices. There always seemed to be a crowd of people here so that's a good sign. The tables are set under a canapy of vines so it's quite a nice setting. The food is really tasty and service is good although waiters lack a few smiles.

    Favorite Dish: Kleftiko

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    Feta's Corner: Meze meze meze

    by clouds111 Updated Oct 12, 2007

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    Feta's Corner is a treat in Paphos. In the older part of town Ktima, the restaurant is set in a sweet area with a couple of fountains surrounding it. The tables are all set out on the pavement, some of which are on the opposite side of the road the the kitchen, so can be funny watching the waiters going back and forth across the road with hands full of food. Despite being on a road there is a lovely atmosphere about the place and the service is efficient and attentive.

    The best thing to go for here is the Meze as you get to try almost everything on the menu. I would reccommend skipping lunch and leaving extra room in the waistbands as the dishes keep coming and coming. Absolute delight.

    Favorite Dish: Meze and the Stifado. Oh and the Halloumi is GORGEOUS!

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    The Pelican: Harbour restaurants

    by clouds111 Updated Oct 12, 2007

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    It takes a lot for me to do a bad review of a restaurant but here we go... The Pelican sells itself as a Seafood restaurant but as you can imagine as a harbour restaurant it a bit of a tourist trap. The menu caters for everyone's taste, from pasta, burgers, seafood, so called Cypriot food and plenty more. The menu took about 15-20 minutes to read through, so this should be warning enough! I thought I'd try something traditional so went for the Moussaka and truely wish I hadn't, it was so tastless and the chips that they had served with it were like rubber. I'm afraid to say that I've had more tasty mircowave Moussaka's at home. I had to send it back but the owner kindly didn't charge for it.

    My friends had the seafood Meze and although nothing really wrong with it there was nothing more to it than grilled fish etc with no seasoning.

    The atmosphere here was not great either, with tables crammed in among the other numerous restaurants serving the same dishes. If you are looking for good traditional Cypriot food or a romantic night out than stay away for the harbour and The Pelican.

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    Pambis Diner: Snacks and Breakfast - Hard to Beat

    by cappielow1 Written Apr 25, 2007

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    Pambis Diner provides a great place for a quick snack/breakfast or evening meal as you wish, or just a rest stop and quick drink on your way home, particularly for those who are staying in the Universal area of Kato Paphos. The menu provides a range of snacks, burgers and full meals at very reasonable prices.

    Favorite Dish: "Effiel Tower" - this is listed as a snack, BUT, provides a full tank.
    This particular delicacy consists of a layer of French Toast topped with two large sausages, another layer of French toast topped with a couple of rashers of bacon, another layer of French Toast all topped off with baked beans.
    I know it's not the healthiest of dishes but, boy it tastes good!!

    Stay away from the chips though, They try and make "Real Chips" (rather than frozen) unfortunately it's not happening for them.

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    Michaels: Great Meze

    by cappielow1 Written Apr 25, 2007

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    Michaels is a Cypriot owned and family run restaurant. Michael does the cooking and his wife and sons wait on the tables. Thay are all friendly and have time for a chat or passing word no matter how busy they are.
    This is a great restaurant who advertise "the best Meze in Cyprus", but don't they all!, this however must come close.
    Michaels is set in a quiet area just off Poseidonous Avenue and prices are about average.

    Favorite Dish: Meat Meze

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  • Pavaroti: Pavaroti

    by kayleigh06 Updated Apr 19, 2007

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    Pavaroti's restaurant as you can tell by the name is an Italian restaurant around 1.5km from Paphos Harbour. It is a small, quiet yet well run restaurant with 6 tables (i think if i can remember) so its an ideal place for them quiet nights out. Its an easy place to go for a nice Italian meal aswell as to spend the night relaxing. The restaurant is ideal for both famililes and couples and the food is definatly above average.

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  • Koh – I – Nor: Koh – I – Nor

    by kayleigh06 Updated Apr 19, 2007

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    This place is really hard to find, as its off the main Posidonous Avenue. When actually in the restaurant (it was quite quiet when we was there) it is very good service and we found the menu to not be over-priced. The food was done really quickly, and you get a good meal out of it aswell. It is worth a try if you like you Indian food, and the food is excellent, so it is definatly worth finding if it sounds like something that would like to try.

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  • Fat Mammas: Fat Mammas

    by kayleigh06 Updated Apr 19, 2007

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    Fat Mammas is well know restaurant in Paphos which specialises in American, Itallian or Tex-Mex food. The staff are really friendly, thefood is really nice, definatly for people who love a good meal, and the prices are around average but wrth it. If you have children with you they will love this place aswell. Makes a nice night out for a family, you will definatly leave here having enjoyed your night.

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  • Camares Cafeteria Restaurant: nice food for CYP5.95

    by kayleigh06 Updated Apr 10, 2007

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    We first went to this Restaurant on the way back to the apartments one afternoon to get a quick bite to eat, then we decided to try it on the evening one evening amd the food here is proper nice! I would recommend it to anyone! The people themselves are really nice and the restaurant is very clean and quick with the service. There is also nice seats upstairs with good views of the harbour.

    Favorite Dish: Well i had a burger in the daytime and was one of the best burgers i have ate.

    On the evening I had a sirloin steak which i found quite big and it definatley filled me up and I would recommend the steak to anyone.

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  • Any: Cyprus food glossary

    by kayleigh06 Updated Apr 10, 2007

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    Afelia - pork cooked in red wine and crushed coriander seeds
    Arni - lamb
    Avgolemono soup - egg and lemon soup
    Bacaliaros - hake
    Barbouni - red mullet
    Baklava - fillo pastry with nuts and syrup
    Bourekia - small puff pastries with meat, cheese or cream cheese filling
    Daktyla - almond finger pastries
    Elioti - olive bread
    Elies tsakistes - cracked green olives with coriander seeds, lemon and crushed garlic
    Fangri - common sea bream
    Fasolia - haricot beans cooked in a casserole
    Feta - salty white cheese usually crumbled on village salads
    Flaounes - Cypriot Easter cakes made from cheese and spices
    Glyko - preserved fruits in syrup
    Halloumi - firm goats' or ewes' milk cheese, often served grilled
    Hirino - pork
    Hiromeri - marinated, smoked and pressed ham
    Horiatiki salata - village salad of white cabbage, tomato, cucumber, capers, olives, onion, feta and fresh coriander
    Houmous - dip from soaked, crushed chickpeas
    Kalamari - squid
    Kapari - pickled capers
    Karaoli yahni - snails in tomato sauce
    Keftedes - meat balls with mint
    Kleftiko ofto - lamb or goat wrapped in foil with herbs and baked in sealed oven
    Kolokotes - pastries stuffed with red pumpkin, raisins and pourgouri
    Kotopoulo - chicken
    Koupepia or dolmades - stuffed vine leaves
    Koupes - cigar shaped wheat cases with meat filling
    Lethrini - red bream
    Loukoumades - small doughnuts served in syrup
    Lountza - smoked and marinated loin of pork
    Louganika - Cyprus sausages
    Marida - whitebait
    Moungra - pickled cauliflower

    Favorite Dish: Moussakas - a pie made from layers of minced beef, spices and vegetable with a cheese topping
    Octapodi krasato - octopus in red wine
    Pitta - flat envelope of unleavened bread
    Pourgouri pilafi - pilaf of cracked wheat
    Psari - fish
    Ravioli - pasta stuffed with halloumi and mint
    Resi - wheat and lamb pilaf, served at weddings
    Rizogalo - rice pudding served with sprinkled cinnamon
    Sargos - white bream
    Sheftalia - minced pork and herb rissole
    Souvla - large chunks of lamb cooked on a spit
    Souvlakia - kebabs
    Sparos - two-banded bream
    Stifado - rich beef and onion stew
    Tahini - sesame seed paste, served as a dip
    Taramosalata - dip made from smoked cod roe
    Tigania - omelette with courgettes, mushrooms or artichokes.
    Tonnos - bluefin tuna
    Trahanas- soup from cracked wheat and yogurt
    Tsipoura -- gilthead sea bream
    Ttavas - a stew cooked in an earthenware pot
    Tzantziki/talattouri - yoghurt, cucumber and mint dip
    Vlachos - grouper
    Vodino - beef
    Xiphios - swordfish
    Yemista - baked stuffed vegetables with rice and minced beef
    Zalatina - brawn

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