The city's culinary landscape has recently been enhanced by the addition of several new restaurants and dining establishments, all of which are listed below.
Fine fusion Mediterranean cuisine dishes, accompanied by wine, are served in the cozy surroundings of a beautifully preserved building, with the warmth of a fireplace during the winter months and an unobstructed view of the sea. Andrew Tzo, a talented Cypriot chef, created the menu.
54 Piale Pasha 54, Larnaca
MON - SUN 11.00-23.00
Fusion souvlaki bar with a variety of souvlaki options! The food is served on sticks, which gives you an idea of the dinner's "to share" philosophy. It's also important to note that many of the sauces are alcohol-based, which is why they are called "tipsy sticks." You can pair your meal with a cocktail, craft beer, wine, or any other drink you want, as the spirits selection is extensive.
10C Stasandrou Street, Nicosia
This is the first restaurant in the Capital to operate within the moat, and it is located in Eleftherias Square. Platea, with an internationally oriented menu, allows passers-by to enjoy a delicious meal as part of their stroll around the area, as well as an opportunity for people to go out for lunch or dinner in the city's most central part. Platea, like the moat, is owned by the Acropolis Group and is located on the lower terrace of Eleftheria Square.
Eleftheria Square, Nicosia
The famous tavern Pangratios, known for offering excellent Cypriot cuisine for a decade in the village of Miliou, has reopened in the center of Paphos after a brief hiatus (Ktima). From a fully renovated 1960s building, the owner Katerina Ioannidou and her team are once again offering Cypriot cuisine at its finest, with a quality meze and dishes that have become best sellers over the years.
Zest Coffee + Kitchen
You can savor delectable meals, snacks, and all the signature drinks of Zest at Leventio, which is its first branch in the capital while attending one of the permanent or temporary exhibitions hosted by the Gallery. Wonderful coffees, brunch, and lunch, all with the quality that defines the name Zest Coffee + Kitchen.
Leventis Gallery, 5 Leonidou Street, Nicosia
A "bakery cafe" in the heart of the city that is actually Latsia's sister store and the second location of Constantinides Bakeries. Aside from bread and other baked goods, the product line also includes coffee, snacks, salads, pastries, cakes, and other items, all with a healthier eating philosophy and many vegan options.
35-37 Aphroditis, Nicosia
Mediterranean fare prepared by award-winning Greek chef Angelos Bakopoulos and pastry chef Argyris Poptsios. The menu at Nemea includes cold and hot appetizers, cold meats, fish, pasta, desserts, and several signature cocktails, as well as a wine list with labels from all over the world.
9 Spyrou Kyprianou Street, Nicosia.
MON-FRI 19.00-23.00, SAT & SUN 12.30-23.00
An authentic culinary adventure in the fascinating world of Italian cuisine, featuring original dishes, distinctive Mediterranean flavors, distinctive organic ingredients, and a meticulous style. The new Mediterranean restaurant by the Zorpa Group quickly became the talk of the town.
9 Archbishop Makarios III, Severis Building, Nicosia
MON-SUN 11.30 - 01.00 (the kitchen closes at 23.00)