Was an ok restaurant. Went as all other in the local area were closed. Food was good apart from ravioli which seemed undercooked but could be a Cypriot way of preparing the meal. Price seemed a little higher than anticipated.
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If you are in Cyprus and want to have a good Meze, here it will be the place where you should go. It is a hidden precious place where you will need to enter and enjoy the food. The local is really quiet and the...More
Lofou itself is a charming place with windy roads and abandoned properties. Finding this taverna feels right. The food has been lovely the few times we have come, there are quite a few vegetarian options and have happily made things off the menu for me....More
My family and I have been visiting this Taverna for 15 years plus. Every time we go we have a Meze and it is always delicious, perfectly cooked and filling. Sharing a Meze with 4 people worked perfectly. The charm and vintage style of the...More
Great Meze, love their own organic wine served in amphorae and their freshly squeezed pomegranate juice is one of the greatest things I've ever tasted in my life.
Visited this lovely taverna a few times. Very scenic drive up the windy mountain road to get to Lofou where round the back of the cute walkways is Lofou Tavern. Typical Cypriot food served in a lovely courtyard restaurant. Well priced with friendly staff. A...More
Our dinner outside in the patio was really a nice time. The family who manage the pension and taverna is real cyprus village people and kind. The location in a typical small village is great to visit the area. The food is typical of Cyprus...More
thank for coming and for yuor lovely comments,we hope to have you with us again soon
Went out with family after a long trip to Troodos and back. We ordered the Meze! The food was great! The atmosphere was very pleasant, the owners were very patient and happy to help us with any clarifications, as my dad kept changing his mind...More
Lovely restaurant and brilliant food. Bit difficult to get to if you look at map directions - we went to Alassa village ( which was on the right) but soon worked out to get back on to the main road and carried on a bit...More