Our top 10 (Non-Greek) Restaurants in Cyprus
Cyprus is famed for its delicious Mediterranean fare. Souvlaki, Sheftalia. Pork chops, etc. However, what happens after a few meals when you want to expand your taste buds, yet every restaurant you pass seems to be selling the same old food. Don’t get me wrong, there are some delicious traditional Greek restaurants, but as vegetarians it could be repetitive having Greek salads and the same three dips of hummus, tzatziki and tahini every day. So, here is our top 10 alternative food joints in Cyprus, in no particular order.
Cyprus: Hidden Gems and Local Hangouts
TOP 25 BOHO PLACES FOR EXPATS AND TOURISTS TO KNOW
We lived in Cyprus for several years and have driven around the whole island and then some. Many have fought over Cyprus and as A result of its turbulent past it has an impressive range of cultural treasures. The divide of the island into two parts Cyprus (Greek) and Occupied Cyprus (Turkish) make this island diverse and interesting. The island has dramatic coastline with a plethora of beaches and a green mountainous centre which even has snow during the winter months. As the old saying goes about Cyprus, you can snowboard or ski in the morning and in the same day go surfing on the sea.