We explored the ancient ruins of Paphos, which include a medieval castle, houses of noblemen of the 2nd Century, ancient churches and tombs of the Kings.
We started from our hotel at 10 am and we finished the tour at around 4 pm. As in every holiday, we stuffed ourselves as much as possible at breakfast, in order to have fuel enough to walk around without the need to stop for lunch after few moments.
However, around 3 pm i was famished and had to grab some food. Close to the harboor and the main bus station, there is a lively streat with reataurants and pubs. Many of them were offering fresh fish, other were offering quick meals.
We opted for Delicious, since it offered wraps and local sandwiches and other easy things.
I ordered a Pork Suvlaki (literally pork skewers) and a pint of Keo (local beer) and my partner ordered a vegeterian sandwich.
The Souvlaki came with pita bread, fries, salad and tzitzaki souce. It was great in taste and presentation and was very filling also because they served it with a good portion of fries. The Keo beer is also very good.
The service is all right. We have received our drinks and meals in a reasonably quick time and enjoyed the attentivness of the staff. They were not very fluent in English though we managed to effectively communicate.
After the massive meal, we had the brilliant idea to share a chocolate crepes. Please note that it is huge and can substitute a meal if you eat it alone.
As digestive i took a Cypriot Coffee, a slight alteration of the Turkish coffee.
The price was within a reasonable range since we paid 45 euro for the suvlaki, vegeterian sandwhich, crepes, water, beer and two mocktails.