Luckily this weekend happened to be the case and I couldn’t wait to try something new this time.
Boho Restobar was a lucky find spotted on Limassol blog and I followed up quickly on Facebook to check them out.
The restaurant is just around the corner from the castle and without knowing what to look for I would have probably never found it! Maybe it’s old news to locals in Limassol, but finding a cool spot in the middle of the tourist district is always a reason for celebration!
The restaurant can be accessed from two different spots and leads to a beautiful courtyard with a small fountain and lots of different seating options available.
The menu offers plenty of variety to choose from (sadly for me not enough vegetarian options) and you can even go for all you can eat sushi for 15 eur (keep an eye on their FB page for details).
Even thought it was after 2pm and they were not supposed to serve the brunch menu, we could still order, so I had Eggs Benedict which were absolutely delightful, served with a small side salad. My husband had an omelette which was huge (and not as photo-friendly as my eggs).
Boho vibes all around, this place will certainly make you feel like you arrived in a holiday destination, even though you might live just a few blocks away. From what I could see, it is very much a local gem frequented by mostly Cypriots (which is always a good sign).
If you ever need a good place to eat close to the castle, skip the touristy restaurants next to it and walk just a block away to Boho Restobar – and eat like a local.
Service was super friendly, food delicious and wine – oh well there’s never enough. I’ll be popping around soon for another glass.
Restaurant menu: check here
Location & Opening Hours: check their Facebook page