Products and Recipes


Get to the heart of Cypriot culture by exploring its delicious cuisine, an exotic blend of Greek and Middle Eastern dishes.

Start your culinary adventure by ordering ‘mezedes’ at a restaurant where you will be faced with a lavish feast of all the local delicacies but make sure you pace yourself for the 20 or more dishes that will arrive.

Be sure to try Cyprus’ famous ‘halloumi’ cheese made from sheep and goat’s milk. You can have it in all kinds of different ways, from grilled to fried or on its own, and in the summer you must try it with watermelon, for an unusual combination of flavours.

Do as the locals do by dipping a slice of village bread into a bowl of cracked green olives with coriander seeds and don’t try to say no to a wickedly sweet ‘glyko’, preserved fruit accompanied by a glass of cold water.
Mezedes
A large selection of traditional delicacies
Halloumi Cheese in Batter
Fried thick halloumi slices dipped in a flour and butter mixture
Glyko Karpouzi
A delicious watermelon traditional spoon sweet
Pork Afelia
Pieces of pork marinated in wine and cook in casserole
  
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Eating Guide 2013


Food from the heart of Cyprus


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