Having read good reports we decided to dine here fully intending to have the fish meze. Unfortunately it was 2 days before the owner went on his summer holiday so his stock was low and to his credit he was totally honest and admitted he couldn't do it justice.
Instead we chose from the standard menu. My husband had the sea bass. I had the red mullet. Priced at €11.95 each. Served with couscous, griddled pitta and the most amazing home made chips (chips we try and avoid as they tend to be served with every meal but don't miss these!).
Whilst chatting to the couple on the table next to us we decided to have king prawns to start too and as we were obviously disappointed to miss the meze we were given complimentary calamari.
The prawns - all 2 of them - were expensive for what they were. Nice but pricy. The calamari was a large portion though and extremely good, very tender.
The sea bass was lovely, so different to that I buy at home. My red mullet was not a success. I wanted to try something I didn't usually eat and was given 4 fairly small boney fish. They were cooked well but not to my personal taste. That however was not the fault of the restaurant.
To finish we were given a piece of semolina cake, some watermelon and a brandy each. A pretty common touch out here and always appreciated.
What was nice was the mix of tourists and locals, both Brits and Cypriots. We will eat there again on our return next year and 'probably' not bother with the meze as to be fair it woud have been too much food unless we'd starved for the day.
I would suggest you try it.
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