We've been there on a saturday evening. It was calm and the live music was relaxing and just at the right tone for having your dinner and talk. Outdoor seating area is nice. We ordered taramasalata, tzatziki and fetta saganaki for starters. We liked them a lot! Ididn't really understand why turnip is so 'must' for decor in all the dishes but well... elsewhere they have the parsley, here is this one:-)
For main we had chicken souvla with salad. I enjoyed it although we found some pieces dry but didn't put me off as it was healthy instead of eating chicken with fatty skin on it! Portions were very satisfying. For beverages we had carafe house white wine and water. We got a bill around 54-56 euro. Don't remember exactly but it was over 50 and around there. I don't say it was over expensive but comparing with other taverns I can say without hesitation that it could be a bit cheaper.
I recommend this place and why not returning when in Paphos!
(This is not the place though for folk music if this is what maybe tourists would like to hear in a Cypriot tavern, BUT, the greek music played there is smooth and just right for dinner.
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