My wife and I researched and visited here on a week-long visit to the island. The restaurant has an excellent traditional tavern feeling with just a touch of refinement. The menu offered a range of traditional Cypriot food with good options for vegetarians, pescatarians, and carnivores. I had the Sheftalia lunch entre, which is somewhat mislabled as "meatballs" rather than sausage, but I will not argue with the taste. These were some of the best Sheftalia I have eaten. My wife had a grilled squid and the homemade tomato soup, both of which were also divine. The ambiance is very nice with lovely local flourishes, the staff were polite and friendly and the service was very prompt. The menu is really geared for the medium price range, but still works out to be a great value for the price. The menu offered a lot of local variations of the better known Greek equivalents, such as moussaka and I am very interested in going back to try the keftedes (actual meatballs). Definitely worth the drive if you're based anywhere near Ayia Napa.
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