We went on the recommendation of the receptionist at our hotel. The location is right on the seafront - I imagine it would be a great view in the summer, though it was dark in November. It is clearly a traditional Cypriot restaurant with a fairly small number of dishes cooked in clay ovens. The food was of high quality and very filling - the portions are large and mostly traditional 'meat, potatoes and vegetables' style. The decor is also traditional and waiters highly professional. It is a restaurant where, when we were there at least, the locals easily outnumbered the tourists which indicates the type of establishment it is - good value and welcoming.
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