Eating Out In Paphos

You won't have any problem finding a good place to eat in Paphos, but if you want some ideas or are looking for somewhere a bit different, then check out the recommendations here.

The restaurants listed have been selected by members of our forum and Facebook Chat Group, and represent some of their favourite eating establishments.

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Acropolis Tavern, Geroskipou

  • +357 26 962922
  • Geroskipou, Paphos, Cyprus

Agora Tavern

  • +357 99 611817
  • Kennedy Square 6, Paphos, Cyprus

Anavagos Grill House

  • +357 99 818479
  • 70 Anavargou Ave, Anavargos, Paphos 8020, Cyprus
  • www.facebook.com/anavargosgrillhouse/

Aphrodite Rock Brewery

  • +357 26 101901
  • Aphrodite’s Rock Brewing Company Limited Polis Road Paphos 8540 Cyprus
  • www.aphroditesrock.com.cy/

Aqui

  • +357 99 250775
  • 3 Panaretis Court, 8220, Chloraka, Cyprus
  • www.loveaqui.com/

Boulevard Bistro Wine Bar

  • +357 99 885645
  • Paphos, Cyprus
  • www.facebook.com/boulevardwine/

Burger Stories

  • +357 99 136236
  • Alexandrou, Paphos, Cyprus

Crepe Island

  • +357 26 103710
  • Grammou Paphos Cyprus
  • crepe-island.business.site

Delhi Gate

  • +357 96 552873
  • Dionysou street 7 Kato Paphos, Paphos, Cyprus
  • www.facebook.com/SAB2017LTD

Deloubak Espresso Cuisine

  • +357 26 101828
  • Ippokratous 28, Paphos 8010, Cyprus
  • www.cafepaphos.com/

Duomo

  • +357 99 473931
  • 55 Tomb of The Kings, 8077, Paphos
  • duomo.com.cy
  • www.facebook.com/DuomoRestaurantPaphos/
  • info@duomo.com.cy

Embers Gourmet Bistro

  • +357 99 750304
  • 6, Danaes Ave, Paphos, Cyprus
  • www.facebook.com/embersgourmetbistro/

Fly Again Pub and Restaurant

  • +357 26 323493
  • Griva Digeni 80, Poli Crysochous 8873, Cyprus
  • www.flyagainargaka.com/

Fytos Grillhouse

  • +357 26 632965
  • E711, Kathikas, Cyprus

H Geitonia Grill House

  • +357 26 222673
  • Alfredou, Paphos, Cyprus

Il Vesuvio

  • +357 26 100838
  • 1 Solon Street, 8504 Mandria, Paphos
  • www.facebook.com/karmarestaurant1/

Imperial Chinese

  • +357 26 954010
  • 18 Poseidonos Avenue Paphos, Cyprus 26 954010
  • imperialchinesepaphos.com

Jayanta Indian restaurant

  • +357 26 937779
  • 5, Theoskepastis Street Kato Papho, Paphos, Cyprus 8041
  • www.jayantaindian.com
  • www.facebook.com/jayantapaphos/

Kallepeia Tavern

  • +357 97 890960
  • Archiepiskopou Kyprianou 2, Kallepia 8573, Cyprus

Kantouni Tavern

  • +357 96 868986
  • Mandria, Cyprus

Kavacafe

  • +357 26 923001
  • Petraki Miltiadou, Paphos 8010, Cyprus

Kokkinos Tavern

  • +357 26 632956
  • E703, Polemi, Cyprus

Koutourou Ouzeri

  • +357 26 952953
  • 25 Martiou, Paphos, Cyprus

Ktima Cafe

  • +357 26 948800
  • Petraki Miltiadi 12A+B Páfos 8015

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