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The Home Cafe is located in one of the most unique places in the world. It is literally in the center of the the last divided capital. I visit very frequently and I am never disappointed. The cook makes the most AMAZING chocolate cake I...More
The Home Cafe is a wonderful and unique spot to go in Nicosia. Located in the buffer zone, it's definitely a one-of-a-kind place. Their coffee and tea are delicious and affordable, and their food is wonderful. It's worth a visit for any travelers or locals...More
Watched UN guys hustle and bustle in their vehicles from this cute cafe. I can see the ideal of sans frontier been un -done all around. smell of coffee is a nice distraction. Read a book here. Nice place with nice staffs. Wish surrounds were...More
The cafe also has a bike rental service, i went there to rent a bike for a few days in Nicosia and the bikes are quite comfy and robust, good bikes to raid the city properly and it is quite cheap as well. Definitely recommend...More
Been past this cafe several times, and today we decided to stop and have a coffee and cake, my wife ordered carrot cake, homemade lemonade, and coffee, which tasted delicious.
Very tasteful decorated, also there is information about border areas. Just over the road is...More
We parked in car park Turkish side and walked through the LEDRA PALACE CROSSING.
First stop kind of in No mans land was the Home cafe
Cool funky spot with great drinks and funky food offering. NICE STAFF.
Good spot to linger and think about...More
A unique space, filled with love and good taste. I work within the Home for Cooperation building, where the Home Cafe is located. The kitchen has been upgraded and provides delicious lunch every day, home-made muffins, cakes, sandwiches and other delicacies. They also offer Zapatistas...More
This is a cafe with sandwiches and not a restaurant. They don’t serve anything hot apart from beverages. They don’t speak Greek either. I don’t understand how they advertise that they sell food on their webpage.