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Paphos Restaurant Recommanedations

Postby Liakada » Sat Feb 18, 2006 10:36 pm

Below is the recommendation from a regular visitor to Paphos.

I thought is would be worth a mention for those travelling this summer!!!


I always recommend Manhattan's or Za Za if staying in Pafos. However, I've just returned after a week on business and my usual haunts are closed for the winter.

This meant I had to find pastures new and I was not disappointed.

1. Zaffron on the Tomb of the Kings Road. Very cool decor, food presented extremelly well. Service excellent and a terrific wine list. Cyprus is not know for it's wine lists. The House red was a superb Cotes du Rhone and only cost £9.50.

2. Heals Bar and Restaurant in Chloraka. Opened last June and serves some excellent traditional home made British food and well as Thai, Indian and Chinese. Superbly decorated. British couple manage it. Gave up the UK after 20 years running a pub. They deserve to get some custom. Very friendly and restaurant area is non-smoking. Tuesday's is a 3-course meal for £7.50

3. Flambe Steak Restaurant, Bar Street, Pafos. Always walked passed it but as it was situated across the road from the closed Manhattan's gave it a try. I recommend you eat from the Flambe menu as your food will be cooked at your table. It's a bit of cabaret when the young chef cooks your steak and huge flames lick the ceiling.

Hope you like the recommendations and please let us all know of your favourite haunts !!!

Have a great trip
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Postby Sotos » Sun Feb 19, 2006 3:36 am

Liakada, why do I think you are associated in some way with those places? ;)
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Postby Liakada » Sun Feb 19, 2006 9:08 am

Sotos,

I have no idea why you think that.

These are recommendations from someone else on a different travel forum and I thought that they would be worth a mention here.

I thought that I had made that clear maybe it wasn't clear enough.

Why do I often feel that my posts aren't welcome on here?
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Postby TonyC » Mon Feb 20, 2006 11:19 am

Thanks for the restaurant tips, Liakada, the're greatly appreciated. I'm certainly adding them to my list of where to go/what to do.

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Postby Liakada » Mon Feb 20, 2006 11:26 am

Thanks Tony.

Hope you have a great trip. When are you going?

If you have a car, the Peyia Tavern in Peyia does nice traditional Cypriot food at reasonable prices (at least it was when we went).

There isn't a menu, the owner just tells you what's on that night but there is usually good variety and it is all cooked by his wife.

Not the prettiest looking of places but very authentic and worth a visit.
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Postby TonyC » Mon Feb 20, 2006 12:41 pm

Liakada wrote:Thanks Tony.

Hope you have a great trip. When are you going?

If you have a car, the Peyia Tavern in Peyia does nice traditional Cypriot food at reasonable prices (at least it was when we went).

There isn't a menu, the owner just tells you what's on that night but there is usually good variety and it is all cooked by his wife.

Not the prettiest looking of places but very authentic and worth a visit.


We'll be in Paphos/Peyia in the autumn, checking out are new holiday home that is in the process of being built. As we'll be spending some time in Peyia we'll certainly be trying the Peyia Tavern (we've already heard that it's worth a visit). :D
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