Golden cafe, immaculate decor, extremely hospitable, delicious menu, and without doubt one of the best places to watch the live sports ... any sports ... at the same time ... on 40 screens up to 98 inches!
A tactical fusion of Chinese, Szechuan, Cantonese, Malaysian, and Thai Cuisines ... with 129 dishes to choose from !
The setting is a beautiful environment, the historic, Ibrahims Khan, old market style, alleys in all directions, everywhere you look unique designs, interesting workshops and activities. Architecturally it’s stunning, delectable use of stone, metal, walled gardens and an outdoor theatre area. A natural shopaholics heaven, with exquisite handmade artefacts, mosaics, jewellery, carpentry and tasty delights, oh and The Honey Restaurant … ho hum!
with large solid rosewood carousel tables, so you can spin your party buffet 'til your fav is in front of you 😉
It's a lovely idea for a truly different day out. What I really like about The Camel Park is it’s diversity, as there’s always something new to see every time you go. With such a lot of animals, there’s often a few babies around including iccle Camels, ranging from as little as 2 weeks old … they are just delightful! You can choose to stroll around at your leisure or there’s guides who offer information in several languages.
This is as traditional an English pub as you'll find in Cyprus ... It's on a corner for starters !!!
It's a family run restaurant, from Luigi's warm welcome to the home made Cypriot specialities using mum's secret recipes and the lovely touch of complimentary seasonal fruit, grown in dads orchard, that they'll bring to your table for afters ...
Koh i noor Is of course one of the worlds most famous diamonds, and this restaurant aptly boasts the same name and reputation, as it was Paphos' first Indian eaterie and now ending their second decade it's undoubtedly one of my most highly recommended ... I've eaten at a few of Europe's best and this place is well on par !
... we have created a menu, traditional but not, it’s totally unique, partly influenced by her yiayia, a fusion of Greek, Cypriot and Spanish cuisine, but she assured me none of the dishes you’ll find anywhere else, because they are the creation of their imagination, using always fresh produce, everything is cooked to order, nothing is prepared and always around her flavours and essences of Cyprus, that she uses to compliment every dish … oh, and if she had her way, she would change the menu every day” … So do look out for their daily specials and make sure you leave room for dessert!
It's been over twenty years since my very good friend Leo opened New Horizon and now son Stephanos is at the helm it's just seems to be getting better and better ! It's a kid friendly pub so families are welcome and they'll give some drawing things to the little'ns to keep them happy and Stephanos promises some really special events planned through the season ...