All posts tagged: restaurants

7 Reasons Why You Should Eat at Dionysus Mansion:

Above: Salmon w/ roasted vegetables  Last night I enjoyed an incredible dinner at a new restaurant and I’m sharing a quick review below. Next time I will try one of the salads, a dessert, a glass of wine and capture more photos of this beautiful place. Here are 7 Reasons Why You Should Eat at Dionysus Mansion: 1. Extremely friendly staff 2. Beautiful interior design 3. You can eat your dinner on a swing 4. Delicious Food! 5. Game of Thrones Theme song comes on 6. Complimentary Guaba Nectar shot after your meal 7. Great prices Address: 16th June Street, Nr. 5, Limassol 3022 Phone: 25 222-210 Hours: Mon-Sat 12:30pm-1am, Sunday 1-9pm Advertisements

Day 9 Part 3: Pissouri Village, Aphrodite’s Rocks, Lunch at Kouklia Village

Next up we stopped by Pissouri Village and took a little walk then headed to Aphrodite’s Rocks. Legend says that this is the birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite and that’s why Cyprus is called the Island of Love. By now, we were all pretty hungry, so the next stop was lunch at Gabriel’s Tavern in Kouklia Village. Pissouri Village Aphrodite’s Rocks Lunch at Kouklia Village VIDEO: Lunch at Gabriel’s Tavern in Kouklia Village      

Day 6: To the Sea

After our morning breakfast and coffee, we went down to the beach below the apartment and along the coast walked over to the private beach of the Londa Beach Hotel. The beach was very small but very private and pretty. We totally loved the wooden dock in front of the hotel. After the beach we went to the apt to shower and change and then took the bus all the way to Puesta where we had lunch with the Mediterranean views. I don’t even remember what we did on Wednesday night but I think we went back to Apollonia hotel that evening again. Previous Posts: Day 1 – Night 1 w/ Miss Anna R. Day 2: Part 1: Mediterranean Day 2: Part 2: Molos & Marina Night 2: Breeze 10 Year Anniversary Day + Night 3: Beach, Sushi & Cocktails Day 4: Nissi Beach baby! 🙂 Day 5: Birthday    

Day 4: Nissi Beach baby! :)

Previous Posts: Day 1 – Night 1 w/ Miss Anna R. Day 2: Part 1: Mediterranean Day 2: Part 2: Molos & Marina Night 2: Breeze 10 Year Anniversary Day + Night 3: Beach, Sushi & Cocktails We woke up early and took a long walk to our bus station that was taking us to the east side of the island. Apparently we stood at the wrong station, but I signaled the bus driver and luckily he stopped for us anyways. This was a good thing, since the next bus was coming 2 hours later. We were taking the intercity bus this time which takes you from 1 town to another and since we were transferring buses to multiple destinations, we got the all day pass for €15. For the next 90 minutes we were chilling in the back seats of the bus. When we got to Larnaca, we made a quick video and changed buses and headed for Agia Napa. Video: Heading to Agia Napa Video: Nissi Beach Our original plan was to have lunch at this …

Day + Night 3: Beach, Sushi & Cocktails

Previous Posts: Day 1 – Night 1 w/ Miss Anna R. Day 2: Part 1: Mediterranean Day 2: Part 2: Molos & Marina Night 2: Breeze 10 Year Anniversary We slept in, had our regular large coffees and oatmeal for breakfast on the balcony at the apartment, and we started chatting….a chat that was still going on 4 hours later. We had to stop talking for a second so we can get out the door and get to the beach. We picked out new bikinis for this beach day and since it was already getting late, we decided to walk over to a nearby beach. The rule was new beach every day so we continued with that. Annie said it was her wish to go jet skiing this summer and she hasn’t done that back in Ohio, so I told her not to worry about it, she can do that here. After the beach we went to our apartment to shower and get ready for the evening. We walked over to the nearby restaurant again for …

Sunday Brunching at The Cookhouse

On Sunday, my brother along with his fiancée kidnapped me & took me to The Cookhouse for brunch here in Limassol. From across the street this place doesn’t look like much. It’s only when you get closer and inside that you notice its beauty and charm. We didn’t have a reservation, and after experiencing their busy Sunday brunch rush hour, I am definitely making a reservation next time. We only waited 10-15 minutes for a table to open up, but when this is your first food stop of the day, that seems like a while to your stomach. We were seated at the entrance of the outside patio on a long table that could seat about a dozen people comfortably. The menu was delicious! With any new place I visit, I sort of have to scan through most of the menu first, see what all my options are, and then narrow it down to 2-3 items, and then finally pick what I want the most. It’s always a process, hence why I do better with less choices. I wasn’t craving …

Day 2: Part 2: Molos & Marina

If you missed the previous posts, make sure you check them out below. Day 1 – Night 1 w/ Miss Anna R. Day 2: Part 1: Mediterranean After the beach, we went over to the nearby store to pick up some water since we were running low. We also picked up some Aloe Vera drinks to boost our hydration after the beach. The plan was to head over to the Limassol Marina and have lunch there, but we were both starving so we went over to the nearby restaurant for some sushi lunch first. After our lunch, we went back to the apartment to shower and get ready, then took the #30 bus to the downtown seafront area. We got off at Molos which is a big seaside park & promenade and walked along the entire boardwalk. When got hungry again so we purchased some delicious grilled corn on the cob. I’ve made a short video on Molos, but have no idea how to add it in the new WordPress editor, so if anyone knows the trick, please …


In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: “Treat.” Treats and indulgences can take many forms. Share yours with us! Location: Wagamama at Limassol Marina – Cyprus Lunch treat courtesy of my bro. This is a New dish on the menu called Surendra’s Curry with Perch fillet & it’s Gluten Free: “a rich, spicy green curry made with jalapeño peppers, onion and ginger. topped with sweet potato straws and served with steamed rice. garnished with mixed sesame seeds”