Best Balti restaurants nearby. Discover the best Balti food in Paphos. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Balti restaurants near you.. Paphos, the capital of western Cyprus, has some serious historical clout. Site of the vast fourth-century BC Tombs of the Kings, set high on a cliff above the sparkling sea, as well as a dramatic Byzantine castle and fine mosaics, it's also known as the birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite. The population of 27,000 is swelled by a summer influx of beach-bound English, German and Scandinavian visitors. A beautiful old harbor awaits, while modern hotels and restaurants stretch along the promenade.
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4 based on 1924 reviews
I admit I love Indian Food, after almost 2 decades living in the Middle East you get to try all form of food from the Sub-Continent - and that's exactly why Jayanta's is such a firm favourite . . . . excellent food perfectly prepared, yet a Maitress 'D and cook prepared to remember personal nuances of regular customers mkae It one of our TOP "Special Meal" venues . . . .and not too expensive either !
4 based on 1104 reviews
The food was amazing but be warned - the portions are large so not for the faint hearted - we ended up taking some home and then getting starters and having as a takeaway back at the apartment!!!
5 based on 340 reviews
Delhi Gate Tandoori Indian Restaurant opened on the 10th of March 2018 to offer you a mouth-watering experience with all the flavours and spices of classical India. Drop by and be spoilt for choice as we take you back to classical India through a wide var
For some reason Paphos has a cluster of three truly excellent Indian restaurants located within about 5 minutes walk of each other - they are Delhi Gate (this restaurant), Jayanta directly facing it and Namaste just up the road. All of them have native Indian chefs unlike the mainly Bangladeshi chefs common in the UK. Each has a slightly different style. Namaste does a lot of "Indian street food" such as dosa and the like, Jayanta has a more lively vibe with a very vivacious hostess / owner while Delhi Gate is more mainstream with a more upmarket feel and a wide menu. Each has at one time or another stood out out depending on the particular chef, available ingredients and other factors but all are definitely worth a visit.We have eaten at all three of these recently and, while each was excellent in its own way, as of the current time we would have to give top billing to Delhi Gate. We had vegetable biriyani, samosa, tandoori vegetables and tandoori fish. The portion sizes are large so we ended up eating the fish and nibbling at the rest. Leftovers currently grace our fridge. Everything was top quality but the fish deserves a special mention. The tandoori fish turned out to be a whole sea bream marinated in spices and cooked in the tandoor. You get a lot of sea bream in Cyprus but I have never eaten one this good. Crispy skin outside and delicate, moist, melt-in-the-mouth flesh inside. Well worth the 20 minute wait as they prepared it from scratch.
4 based on 871 reviews
Went along for a friend's special (60th) birthday. Place was packed out (not his guests!). Despite the crowd service fantastic, food usual high standard. Starter and dessert served at table and buffet choices whilst many sauces (not suitable for diabetics) included a "veggie" dish. All tasty and refilled to the end.
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