Savor the Flavor of the Island

Savor the Flavor of the Island

Cyprus’s tastiest treasure lies in its traditional cuisine. From little tykes to wise elders, everyone’s taste buds go wild for it. This heavenly grub isn’t just found in cafes and restaurants, but in every Cypriot’s household.

While travelling, immersing oneself in the local culture is integral to the experience, and sampling traditional cuisine plays a significant role in that cultural immersion.

The Wechsel Estate

The national cuisine boasts an extensive selection of kebab dishes, encompassing sheftali kebab, dolma (minced meat and herb-filled grape leaves), molohiya, lahmacun, borek, seabass, and a plethora of other options.

A Symbol of hospitality, friendship and good time – “Kahve”

Ah, Turkish coffee, or as the locals call it, “kahve”! It’s a beloved drink in North Cyprus that’s more than just a tasty beverage. It’s a symbol of hospitality, friendship, and a good time! Sipping on some kahve with friends is a chance to bond and share the ups and downs of everyday life, all while enjoying the refined taste of this ancient tradition.

If you are on a short visit, here are 5 must-try experiences: 

  • Wake Up to a scrumptious Turkish breakfast
  • Get a taste of the neighborhood with lokma and baklava, the sweethearts of local desserts
  • Indulging in a cozy evening meal featuring kebabs or fresh fish and meze
  • Seldom seen on menus, the Cypriot dish “molohiya”
  • Additionally, we must not forget about “kahve.”

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