Where to Dine
All within a short driving distance from your home away from home, here’s an insider’s guide to the best places to eat in Pafos. From classy cafés to family-friendly restaurants and the best fish specialists in the area!
Atmospheric seafront taverna offering local and seasonal specialities inspired by Annabelle’s ‘Food from the Village’ cookbook. Emphasis is placed on unique and homemade produce from the local area and from Cyprus. Fresh flavours and light dishes are designed to be shared with family and friends at the table.
The new-build rooftop lounge and bar offers a panoramic vista of Pafos harbour and its medieval castle. This all-day dining venue offers a selection ranging from creative sharing plates to cocktails on the terrace. The Mediterranean fusion cuisine takes a contemporary, international approach to preparing the freshest local ingredients. The lunch menu features a healthy selection of salads and grilled fish, while the dinner menu offers an array of elegant small dishes meant to be shared around the table. Our bartenders are concocting signature cocktails and a full range of relaxing beverages.
Cypriot specialities, Ouzo and eclectic entertainment beachside. Soak up Almyra’s unique spirit at our seafront taverna. Think organic Greek flavours beneath flowering pergolas… Add a glass of ouzo and visits from our talented guitarists for the perfect seaside soiree.
This restaurant in the heart of the Pafos harbour offers the perfect relaxing experience. The portion sizes are generous without being excessive and the staff are accommodating without being overbearing. Looking out over the horizon, this is the perfect way to end a glorious, sunny, Cypriot day. The seafood is excellent quality and fresh. Highly recommended are the calamari and the sea bass which you are guaranteed to find cooked to perfection every time you visit.
Piedra all day café lounge bar has recently opened in Paphos old town and offers stunning panoramic views, superb friendly service and an impressive menu.
This quirky venue is set in an old stone building that was once a tavern and offers food from 8am until late and the menu is extensive, taking in breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, sharing platters and delicious desserts.
Piedra is a stylish venue and takes its name from the stone building it’s housed in.
Oniro by the sea is chillout restaurant/ bar with spectacular sea caves views where you can find delicious food, signature cocktails and refreshing ideas. With the name of the place directly translated as ‘Dream by the Sea’, it really is a wonderful experience oozing laid back charm, situated in a spot of outstanding natural beauty with unobstructed sea views and wonderful sunsets over the spectacular sea caves which are beautifully lit up at night.
A traditional tavern in Miliou village, underlining what Cypriot cuisine means. Traditional dishes made from local produce. The “Pangratios” tavern in Miliou welcomes locals and tourists since 2010. The dishes served hold a strong tradition, they have a great gustatory power and remain classical.
Set in a breathtaking location, expect unobstructed panoramic views of the undulating landscape that makes its way down to the deep blue of the west coast. Little wonder that Val’s Place has fast earned a great reputation, with people from near and far now discovering what is becoming known as a rather paradisical hang-out in this unspoilt and unkempt region of the wider Paphos district. Feeling the early morning hunger pangs? Head here for Cypriot breakfast with halloumi cheese, olives, sausage, bacon, tomatoes and eggs fried in olive and coconut oil with a good dash of spice. Then there’s lunch and dinner served in true traditional style, with a ‘dish of the day’ to tantalise your taste buds, which varies from moussaka to pulses, while meat lovers can indulge in grilled food. Suffice to mention that much of the food served is sourced from the family land and its all cooked on the spot.