No bread, Pepsi instead of ordered Coke, no credit card, no towel at toilet and average food. Service and location is OK. Once and never again.
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Nice little restaurant a little off the beaten track. We ate here as a family of four and found the food very good and reasonably priced. The waiters were also very attentive and welcoming. A great experience overall and would definitely recommend a visit.
I set out to find this restaurant in daytime after reading the trip adviser reviews and found it fairly easily opposite the bus station and up the street a bit then through the alleyway and there was one of the owners lighting the clay oven...More
We read the reviews for this and things sounded great. The staff were very friendly if a little overly attentive and it had a lovely local atmosphere. For us the food was just ok. It was maybe just our choices (moussaka, slow cooked pork special).
We've been here for just over a week and have been impressed with the food and service in general but this place just puts everywhere else to shame! It's tucked away so you wouldn't immediately find it but luckily we got chatting to a segway...More
Really amazing service from the minute you walk in. Constantly humorous and always catering to your needs. Food is spot on ,had one of the specials and was definitely the best meal I had in paphos. Definitely worth finding this hidden gem.
After a week of dodging waiters begging for your custom every time you look at a menu in Pafos this was a nice change. Atmosphere is nice, waiters are really cool and food is delicious - and all cheaper than the same Italian rubbish crammed...More
The food was nice, it was a delight they offered so many vegetarian dishes. The staff consists of lovely elderly men that make you feel very welcome and are very attentive. Location is perfect, behind the tacky harbour and next to a cool archeological site,...More