Paphos

Sea You Beach Bar: A Restaurant Review by a Local

Trust me when I say that beach bars in Paphos are hard to come by.

Actually, any stylish bars to be honest. But that’s could be just getting old.

At the time I still lived in Kissonerga, I got a surge of excitement when I saw someone was transforming – what appeared to be just a patch of land with few palm trees by the sea – into a beach bar.

In the first year they opened, there was still the old grass, sofas made out of old palette wood, few seating options to choose from and it was a bit rough around the edges. But that was part of its charm.

It was rustic, new, and not overrun by tourists.

The cocktails were fresh and delicious and with the perfect view of the beautiful sunsets.

Now, it couldn’t look any different.

The pictures tell you all you need to know.

The Paphos Hotspot by the Sea

This place is buzzing especially at weekends when you will struggle to grab a table if you didn’t reserve one.

Everyone dashes to the front of the bar to get as close to the sea as possible with unobstructed sunset views. If you don’t want to fight for the best seats, you can book a table in advance, especially for a larger group.

The waiters are running around trying to make sure everyone has something to drink, you can hear excited chatter from the holidaymakers but also groups of young locals making their way here every weekend.

Even though it’s busy, you can’t help but feel relaxed in here no matter what commotion goes around you.

At weekends, they tend to have live music here which even ads to the coolness factor of this spectacular location.

Food Options

The menu is pretty simple, with delicious options to choose from and a no-fuss approach to dining.

I’ve eaten here on numerous occasions and never been dissapointed.

Sunsets at Sea You Bar

As the sun sets down, everything quiets down.

Phones and cameras are pulled out, part of the residence makes their way to the beach to get the best snap, and Instagram accounts are on fire right now.

Sunsets like these are not to be missed.

So….. sea you there next time?

PS – Check my tips for other cool spots in Paphos at the bottom of the article!

More Restaurants to Try in Paphos:

The Muse Restaurant

Ouzeri Restaurant at Almyra Hotel

Namaste Indian Restaurant

Notios Restaurant at Almyra Hotel

Viklari the Last Castle in Akamas

Best Restaurants in Paphos

Coolest Beach Bars & Restaurants in Cyprus

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