You're on the Marina of Limassol, the most touristic part of the town. There are so, so many restaurants. You get a restaurant on the water edge with conventionaly traditional - albeit tasteful - decore. The menu is very big, and has many, many options. There is one hopeful sign - the restaurant's name is in Greek only, not English. But other than that, it sounds like the perfect tourist trap, does it?
But it isn't. We were four adults, a child and a baby. We got great service from the get go. We ordered a large variety of dishes, including the soup of the say, the Vegetarian Meze, several traditional meat dishes, and one vegetarian dish also.
The Soup of the day - potato - was weak. For it you can say that it was hot, and it was a cold evening. But food should be tasty, and this wasn't. But that was the only miss of the night. I had the meat stew, which frankly wasn't really a stew, but was delishes. All my fellow carnivours enjoyed their food too. But the highlight was the vegetarian Mezze - there was such a variety. As the main courses arrived, we kept getting more and more dishes - and whenever we asked what it was, they said "the Meze". My favouritve was the vegeterian ravioli, although there was also an excellent garlic souce, and nothing that was not, at the veyr least, tasty.
And at the end of the night, when we asked for the bill, it came out at just under 100 EUR. The other meals we ate in Limassol, none as good, all costedus at least 40% more - although to be fair they might have included deserts. Still, while I can't say whether the food is really authentic, this was a great meal at a great price, and I certainly recommand this restaurant wholeheartedly.
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