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The old town has seen a resurgence of trendy, laid-back bars recently which is refreshing and allows people to go out for a casual drink without worrying about who they need to impress. Driving through the old town on the winding roads which take you past Brewfellas and then the Weaving Mill you will come across Pi kai Fi (roughly translated it means in a jiffy), a quiet unassuming café restaurant by day and bar and grill by night. ... Read on
We get so few films in Cyprus cinemas – two a week on average, once you discount the dubbed kids’ cartoons and occasional Greek movies – that it’s always a surprise when something like Upside Down turns up. It’s a big-budget film, yet it comes to us with no reputation (it hasn’t even opened yet in the US or most of Europe) and features a pair of not-quite-stars in Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst. It’s not even Hollywood, having been made with French and Canadian money. None of this precludes it being excellent, of course (though it’s actually a mixed bag), it just makes you wonder: why, out of all possible films, did the powers-that-be schedule this one?... Read on
There is something immediately welcoming about Greco’s that is missing in a nearby newly opened establishment that also majors in fish. The floor is divided into small bays that engender an atmosphere of intimacy that is conducive to conversation and quiet enjoyment. It is Thursday evening and there are a dozen diners comfortably seated and casually dressed - nothing very formal about Greco’s... Read on
Larnaca’s most emblematic street is home to a number of different cafés, bars and restaurants - Phinikoudes does not lack options but few have stood the test of time longer than The Brewery Bar & Restaurant.With variety being high on the list of requirements for any establishment these days, The Brewery offers a number of choices when it comes to eating and drinking, leaving even its frequent visitors with a lengthy decision on their hands... Read on