Dine Beyond Borders: International Restaurants in Cyprus You Must Try

Embark on a culinary odyssey, where tradition and innovation collide. Discover exotic flavours from other parts of the world. We highlight five restaurants in Cyprus which offer an array of international cuisines, including Peruvian, Asian, Chilean, Middle Eastern, French, and Italian.


($$) Agapinoros 6b, Nicosia. Mon-Sat: 11:00 – 15:00 / 18:00 – 23:00

Dive into a culinary adventure at Bao Pau in Nicosia, where Japanese flavours dominate but also where tantalising Peruvian dishes bring a Latin American flavour to the mix. Start with freshly made Bao buns that melt in your mouth before exploring a diverse menu featuring sushi, sashimi, poke bowls, and delightful desserts. This is more than just a meal; it’s a journey through Japanese and Peruvian cuisine that will transport you from East to West and back again. Sustainability is at the core of the Bao Pau ethos, making this a responsible dining choice. And with a wide range of menu options to accommodate various dietary preferences, everyone can savour the magic of Bao Pau. Best of all, reservations are not needed. Simply walk in and embark on a flavour-packed adventure!

Website: https://www.baopau.com/

Bao Pau

M Fusion

($$$$) Amathountos 67/69, Agios Tychon. Tue-Sat: 19:00 – 22:30

M Fusion, nestled within the Four Seasons Hotel in Limassol, is a culinary gem where East meets West in a vibrant fusion. Their menu is a symphony of colours and flavours, perfect for sharing with friends. While the restaurant excels in sushi and sashimi, it’s the fusion dishes that steal the spotlight. From tantalizing octopus to mouthwatering Chilean sea bass and the unforgettable lobster tail and ravioli, every bite is an adventure in taste. French and Italian cuisine also available. Pair your meal with a local wine to enhance the experience. Be sure to make a reservation to secure your place on this culinary journey.


Oshi Asian Interactive Restaurant

($$) Eleftherias 52, Limassol. Tue-Sun: 18:30 – 23:00

Oshi is not your typical Asian restaurant; it offers a beautiful Japanese garden where you can dine on a delightful mix of sushi, nigiri, and sashimi creations from Japan, China, and Thailand. Amidst pagodas, stone lanterns, lush Japanese plants, and a serene koi pond, you’ll savour unforgettable flavours. From the All-you-can-eat Premium Maki to a selection of unique flavour combinations, Oshi invites you to tantalise your tastebuds. Take charge of your dining experience through the restaurant’s hi-tech i-Table system. You can even watch the chefs in action with the ‘Chef Cam’. Reserve your table online and get ready for an oriental adventure in the historic heart of Limassol.


Flavors at The Landmark – Indo Thai Restaurant, Kiti

($$) Kitiou 26, Kiti. Mon-Fri 17:00 to 23:00. Sat 12:30 to 23:30, Sun 12:30 to 23:00

It began many years ago as a typical Cypriot grill house – until a forward-thinking Indian businessman joined the team. At first, an additional page at the back of the grill-house menu offered a smattering of Indian dishes. Then the word spread that an ‘Indian restaurant’ had opened in Kiti. Such was the demand that The Landmark now has revamped itself as an Indo Thai restaurant offering a wide range of Asian dishes. The ambience and background music are now alluring Indian rather than Cypriot. With chefs from India and Thailand, the food is authentically Asian. And oh, one can still order traditional Cypriot dishes – even English-style fish and chips. But why not experiment with exotic dishes such as Dal Makhani, Thai Yellow Curry, Bombay Chaat, or Thai Seafood salad with lemongrass?


Lemongrass Pan-Asian Restaurant

Protaras Road, next to the Sunrise Beach Hotel. Mon-Sun 17:00 to 23:00

The outdoor terrace is relaxing, and the smell of Asian foods being prepared by chefs in the open show kitchen is intoxicating. The Lemongrass Pan-Asian Restaurant offers a smorgasbord of gastronomic delights, including dishes from Vietnam, Korea, the Philippines, China, Japan, and Thailand. How about starting with Philippines-style dumplings and following them with Korean beef curry? No? How about Kung Pao chicken then? Pad Thai or spicy salmon maki? The menu is so vast and varied that diners keep coming back for more.



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