Menu in euro and prices double as much as others in the proximity. Another tourist trap catering to people crossing the green line for a few hours. Mediocre food served and prices twice as high. It doesn't help that it is cozy
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Have been here countless times. No visit to Nicosia is complete for me without crossing the border to visit Old Mosaic. Charming place with lovely owners, very friendly and nice people. I bring all my colleagues here for beer and sometimes food. One of my...More
Found by accident. Two small doors lead through to a delightful courtyard. Food was best we had in Nicosia - especially the lamb. Cooked to perfection. Initially only people in (very early lunch) - began to fill up. Great music in background, great service and...More
Off the main tourist area of north Nicosia and with some antique decorations in an interesting setting, Old Mosaic kind of promises more than it delivers. Food is Ok, service is fine and the menu pretty varied. However, didn't feel it matched the prices and...More
Old Mosaic back by the Bedesten which had a cool retro interior and served up some tasty (but slightly overpriced) grilled meats. Meal was pretty average and too many insects buzzing around to be able to enjoy a meal.
I had Cypriot meze and kebab which I found very delicious. The staff is very friendly and try their best to serve the customers' needs. There is a small garden at the back of the restaurant surrounded with trees. Highly recommended.
We have eaten here a number of times when we cross over from the Greek side. While the setting is quirky, we have been disappointed these last couple of times as the minced meat on sticks has not been available each time. We have concluded...More
I went to this restaurant one evening while walking around the old city with a friend; it looked interesting so decided to give it a try. Nice choice! It was not very busy but a nice waiter, cold beer and very tasty food made for...More
When the terrible heat is letting go and night is coming, you will hear old american or italian songs coming out from a house right in front of the Selimiye Mosque. Venture in, and you will not be disappointed. The owner is a very nice...More