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The Bars and Restaurants of Pyla Village

Smaller than the neighbouring Oroklini, and set on the Un-controlled Green Line separating the Republic from its northern counterpart, Pyla offers comparatively few eateries and drinkeries.
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There are, however, a few bars & restaurants worth mentioning in Pyla

 
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As you read this page, bear in mind that it is not an exhaustive list of places to eat and drink in Pyla. It is merely a list of those our staff have frequented.

There are still a couple of places in the village which we can't comment on yet, but these will be added to this list in the forseeable future.

 

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The Princess of Wales pub in Pyla

 

The Princess of Wales Pub

Having only been open since 2009, the Princess of Wales is a newcomer among Pyla's bars and restaurants.

Nevertheless, this pub, with its locally famous chef and its primarily British atmosphere, has attracted a huge following of local residents in a comparatively short time. Renowned for its sensibly priced beer, a warm, welcoming atmosphere and the best Sunday roasts around, the Princess is well worth a visit if you find yourself in the Pyla area.

The Village Tavern

Built from stone and boasting a huge walled courtyard, the Pyla Village Tavern is a picture-perfect traditional Cypriot country taverna, set just a few yards from the the community's main square.

With its Cypriot menu, regular entertainments including quizzes, live music, karaoke and traditional Greek nights, the Village Tavern has established itself as one of the most popular places with the many holidaymakers visiting the locality each year.

 

The Village Tavern in Pyla

The Happy NEst pub in Pyla

 

The Happy Nest Pub

It's really hard to get a decent photo of the Happy Nest Pub, because of its location next to the United Nations outpost in Pyla's main square.

Since photography is technically forbidden on the Green Line, anyone spotted brandishing a camera in front of the UN building runs the risk of being questioned by Belgians with serious expressions and very silly accents.

Be that as it may though, the Happy Nest is a tiny Cypriot village bar with bags of character. The service is exceedingly friendly, and the prices are more than reasonable.

The Amnesia Restaurant (formerly Maxims)

"I went to the Amnesia Restaurant the other day, but I can't remember what it's like."

This has been a favourite line with the local population for some time now. Formerly known as Maxims, its owners, for reasons best known to themselves, decided to rename the restaurant Amnesia at the beginning of 2010.

Whatever the reasoning behind the name change, the Amnesia boasts a solid reputation as a quality restaurant with a varied menu, and has enjoyed great popularity with the local population for many years.

 

The Amnesia Restaurant in Pyla

There's also a bar called Best Friends along Pyla's main street, but it's... well... probably best to leave it at that, eh?

Overall, Pyla cannot claim to feature as wide a variety of bars and restaurants as the neighbouring Oroklini, but nevertheless you can still find a handful of excellent places to enjoy a meal and a drink in this tiny village on the Green Line.

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Bars & Restaurants in Oroklini

With a wide range of bars and restaurants, the neighbouring village of Oroklini has attained great popularity with followers of traditionally Cypriot culinary delights and entertainments. Indeed, the little village is veritably awash with the sounds of bouzouki music drifting through its narrow streets on long summer months.
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