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A street in hilly Lefkara. Not much traffic despite the fact that the village is supposed to be a touristy spot, famous for its lace and silverwork. So there is no reason why you wouldn't sit down in the street. But why are the chairs I see outside always empty?
9 June ...
... allows a 180-degree panorama of sky, sea and shore so even from inside, the view is stunning.
The Executive Chef of the cuisine Iasonas Yiasoumi was telling me that he is out to the fish market early each morning himself to select the freshest fish and seafood of his preference for the cuisine. He added that emphasis is also given to the waters where the fish come from, which is mainly the Mediterranean Sea.
As we are enjoying ...
... Crab meat sauce and Snow Mushrooms!
MAIN COURSES: The Deep-fried aromatic Lemon Chicken was ok, but I was not that thrilled with its taste although the meat was tender and juicy. (€13.00)
I love ginger very much, and the next dish was really great. Served in casserole, the Prime Beef Tenderloin cubs were flavorsome ensuring their juicy succulence (€19.00) a tempting dish, flavored with Hua Diao wine, Abalone sauce, plus ginger. ...
... to go somewhere else and not come here when I heard the name of the Chef. I happened to know him and have dined a couple of times at the Italian chic restaurant of Kolonaki where he previously worked for a year. It happens to be close to where we live.
My first thought when I heard the name was that the Londa is lucky to have him but Cyprus as well.
The Caprice is a Signature and very ...
... and I spent a few hours. We took the free bus shuttle into Old Town, and didn't bother to look into optional tours while here, because we were ready for some R&R after our three tour days in Israel. What attracted me personally was their art works displayed in the shop's ...