Melania Restaurant: Eat organically grown products here!
A nice restaurant and the meals here are cooked by Elli and Matthew who are the owners since 1988.
Ask for chips from the couple's organically homegrown garden, as well as vegetables.
All the food is cooked with love and served with pride here.
Favorite Dish: Mousaka is said to be their best dish! And red and white village wine in carafes from homegrown grapes.
Meat is supplied from the local market and is always fresh.
Eat meze the Cypriot speciality only if you are hungry here. If it is a season and the vineyard around has grapes you are allowed to cut and eat some.
When you finish your lunch or dinner ask for the village yoghurt with honey, or try the spoon sweets homemade bitter orange and walnut! End your meal with filter coffee ideal with your dessert.
Siena Restaurant: Don't go here with noisy children!
Cuisines: English, Greek, International, Mediterranean
It is in a quiet location, and a popular restaurant.
It is a spot for romantic couples.
Favorite Dish: All the dishes we had were mere ok, but dessert was just a small portion. Meat was tender and full of taste.
I think it is a bit over priced though!
Cinters Bar & Grill: A family restaurant in Paphos
Cinters a great place for family dining. It is open for English breakfast, lunch and dinner.
All live sports are shown, premiership and champians league
Favorite Dish: Fish and chips are very popular here.
Ask for a Carlsberg and pay 2 euros per pint between 12 and 5 pm.
On Wednesdays night it is steak night sirloin and together with your drink it will cost you around 11 euros.
Markos: Only ate out once
As i was on a budget i only ate out once while away and that was in Aiya Napa:
Marko's is a fish restaurant at the port, it has a great setting with many tables and is popular with locals
I had Kleftiko, a lamb stuffed with onions and tomatoes and with veg and potatoes, very very nice indeed, even if the lamb had been frozen so was a little tough. it was 11 euros.
Fly Again: Ireland in Cyprus
Next to the beach, just departed by the road from Polis to Pomos you find this relaxed pub, where you can enjoy the sunset on wooden chairs and tables while the friendly staff serves wonderful steaks and guinness!
Favorite Dish: All steaks are great !!!Related to:
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typical taverna in protaras: cypriotic food
all over the country you can find delicious restaurants, try to visit also some local tavernas
Favorite Dish: Cypriotic food is mixture of Greek and Oriental food..an absolut must is to try 'Meze', else
try Moussaka, Kleftiko..you can find also international food like Chinese, Indian, Italian, German and English
Cyprus has excellent cocktails, best 'Long Island Ice Tea' I know..and its famous sweet wine Commanderia
Restaurant Eztiatopio, Troodos Mountains: A buffet Greek restaurant
Restaurant Eztiatopio is one of the largest buffet restaurants, if not the largest, at Troodos Mountains. You can see the size of the restaurant as depicted in our photograph on the right. It serves mainly Greek buffet cuisines buffet style. The food is reasonably good, it has to be said. Certainly it is one of the best restaurants at Troodos Mountains although we knew that there are not many restaurants at Troodos Mountains.
The restaurant caters mostly to group package travellers. When we were having lunch at the restaurant, almost all the diners came from several group tour buses.
Favorite Dish: Greek buffet including Greek salladsRelated to:
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Pizza Express: Only good food we found around hotel-area
We tried so hard to avoid pizzerias and so on,and tried to find good local food.At the second half of the week we gave up,nd went to this place,and had first good meal for whole week.Yes,it was"boringly"pizza,but at least it was good,and tasted something and not full of fat as all other we had ate.Or if we had chicjen,it had only salt,nothing herbs or peppers or so on-here food tasted something.It seems that today they also have pasta.
If only we wouldn´t had to listen to terrible disco/tecno-music and very loud..But even so,we went for second time,too.
Favorite Dish: Some spicy pizza with jalopenos and so on.
go away from tourist-traps: Overall
We had worst food ver in most restaurants of hotel-area!i thought there is no good food in Cyrus,but someone told us,that there are,but not at hote-area.
For example:We ordered souvalaki of ork.If in Creece we had it from pork-fillet,here it was really something else:it was over half of the pieces only fat!ther was allmost nothing to eat in that.And no herbs,carlic or pepper-only salt!!!Terrible!
Only good food we had was pizza-so nothing local!
Favorite Dish: Tsaziki is allways good-there you can´t find fat!!!
Coral Oasis Restaurant: Food for all tastes!
Coral Oasis Restaurant is a family run restaurant, situated in Coral Bay, Paphos.
Coral Oasis Restaurant features the perfect balance of local food as well as exotic cuisine and seafood. Therefore if someone in your party is very keen on Cypriot Traditional Food or the kids need a homelike dish...you will have found the right place.
Favorite Dish: King Prawns MicrolimanoRelated to:
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the goldmine restaurant on nissi avenue: the best food in ayianapa ayianapa cyprus
my family and a group of our friends have visited this restaurant many times over the years and the food is always excellent . the staff are second to none always make you very welcome and nothing is to much trouble .the atmosphere is great and prices are very good also .
Favorite Dish: all the food is good so it's all down to personal preferance but i love the lasagne , my son loves the steaks and pizzas my wife likes the mixed grill , about 20 of us go each year and we eat at this place most of the time none of us have ever found any fault with food or the service.Related to:
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Coral King: Amazing Set Meals
I have mentioned Coral King before as it was soooo good. Their mezes were wonderful. Anyway, I went back Dec 2007 with my parents who now live in Cyprus. We had a set meal. 3 course meal. I must say it was amazing. I had melon with parma ham which was tasty and my Nan had prawn cocktail which had lovely juicy prawns and tasted amazing. Dad had soup and the mains were as good. I had stiffado which was superb and Dad had steak with veggies and chips and everyone else had wonderful food. Some people had desserts too which were yummy. I was surprised at the quality and quantity of these set meals. They ranged from £7 for 3 courses to £10 for 3 courses depending on what u picked. I highly rec this place. The staff were very friendly and service fast and the atmosphere is relaxing and laid back. Drinks were good prices too.
Favorite Dish: Stiffado was tender and very tasty.Related to:
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Hobo's Cafe: Fantastic location and views
Hobo's right on Paphos seafront near the Fort is great. They have large sofas out on the pavement overlooking the harbour. I had a lovely drink sitting in the sun while watching people walking by and watching the boats etc. A nice relaxing but busy place to stop for a drink and chill out. Very trendy and the staff were friendly and polite and service was very fast.
It does get busy and it maybe hard to get a sofa as everyone else has the same idea. Drinks were a sensible price dispite the location, which was a nice thing.Related to:
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Oooo..there so many! And they...
I'm a great fan of Greek food having lived under the same roof with three Cypriots cousins for two years. Some of my favourite Greek food are: Greek baklava(filo pastry with pistachio nuts), which is very popular in the Middle East, has it own special touch. Haloumi(goat's) cheese which is nice and chewy - perfect when its grilled or baked and doesn't seem to melt. Dolmathakia is a fragrant dish consisting of stuff grape leaves with meat and herbs. Soujoukkos is a very popular snack made of grapes with almonds in the centre - once tasted this chewy delicacy is seldom forgotten!
La Piazza: Quality & Class
La Piazza in Kato Paphos oozes class and quality. It's the kind of restaurant where they hold your chair for you to sit down and drape the napkin over your lap. The Maitre D' explains the wine list (if you require) and fillets and serves the fresh fish & lobster dishes for you at your table with an elaborate but efficient flourish. Your wine & water glass is constantly kept topped up, finished-with items removed and new ones brought (wife dropped her knife, a new one arrived in seconds without needing to ask). This doesn't mean that the service is intrusive, it's simply immaculate.
So too is the food. High-class Italian-themed with a plethora of vegetarian options amongst the pasta and rice dishes. Given the quality of the food, service and surroundings the price is very reasonable too. Our meals came to £30 (Cypriot) for two, starters, mains, shared salad and wine. The second time we pushed the boat out and had a glass of champagne each, adding £10 to the bill.
The only odd thing about this place was what we dubbed "the comedy pepper grinder". Instead of something nice and elegant requiring a twist or two of the wrist from the friendly and efficient staff, instead they have an electronic grinder that grinds the pepper with a lot of noise and a bizarre light that illuminates your plate where the pepper falls! Most strange indeed.
Favorite Dish: Ravioli of wild mushrooms in gorgonzola sauce
Penn a la Norma (various grilled vegetables)
Tomato, rocket & cucumber salad with Feta (basically Greek salad) (the tomatoes were the juiciest, sweetest tomatoes ever).
Tortino de crespo (pancake stuffed with aubergine & cheese)
Spaghetti with a pesto & tomato sauce
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