Because of our late arrival the first night we walked around town and LUCKILY stumbled across the Cyprus Cafe. The first night we set inside as the outside weather was iffy and we were happy to sit anywhere. We started with the Combo Meze, a great dish of Greek specialities, followed by 2 house salads. I had the Grilled Greek Plate which was very good save the lamb skewer lamb being a bit overdone. My wife had the duck breast and it was great, I had it the second night. Cooked just right and comes with these wonderful scallion fritters. The second night, on a covered patio, we started with Pan Seared Calamari, not breaded and extremely tasty. My wife had the salmon salad as an entree, which she really enjoyed. The bread was very good and the wine list was above average considering Utah laws. Dessert both nights was fine, only complaints were overdone lamb and the salads dressing was a bit tary, especial for wine. The second night, a university professor was playing classical guitar and that was enjoyable. The service both nights was very good and the hostess was great. We hope to come back. Ken and Sue's was closed due to smoke damage but we were extremely happy to hace found Cyprus
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