Clean and tidy, with room for many more than the old chap studying a racing form while drinking wine and eating olives. The menu, written in Greek and English, albeit not too challenging contains a distinction not previously encountered: Pork...
One of the few premises on 28th October, Engomi, not devoured by the Unic empire is on a site formerly occupied by the most pretentious fine diner in the capital. The unwary luncher, seeking sustenance on an early closing day, may stumble into this strangely titled, unsophisticated, Cypriot equivalent of an English working-man’s café.
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