There’s no shortage of restaurants in Limassol and we’ve rounded up the best vegan restaurant in the vibrant Cypriot city.
So, what’s the best vegan restaurant Limassol in Cyprus? Given there is a fair few tasty, healthy and impressive vegan menus served up around the city, it’s a tough call to pick just one. However, Superfood Organic Bar is our top pick.
Superfood Organic Bar
Slow food and vegan restaurants are on the rise. Rather than a restaurant, the Superfood Organic Bar, which opened its doors in 2014, is actually more of a cafe located in the tourist area within the Germasogia district. On the menu, you’ll find detox salads and soups, quinoa bowls and veggie wraps, smoothies, power shakes and immune cocktails, raw and gluten-free cakes and desserts. If that’s not enough, the Superfood Organic Bar also serves up freshly squeezed juices, organic tea and coffee.
79, Georgiou A Anko seafront court (at Germasogeia), Limassol, Cyprus
More Vegan Restaurants Limassol
It wouldn’t be fair to mention the city’s other delicious and yummy vegan restaurant Limassol. Whether you are looking for a traditional taverna, a chilled and trendy restaurant by the marina or a cool city spot, these restaurants are worth checking out…
Kipriakon, a truly iconic restaurant, is located in the Limassol old port and has vowed to deliver the best of Cyprus gastronomy, over 100 years, serving up recipes passed on from generation to generation. The restaurant was created from the desire to honour the tradition of Cyprus cuisine, drawing flavours from the past and reintroducing them today with a modern twist. With respect to authentic recipes and pure ingredients, we created new gastronomic proposals by evolving tastes and using modern cooking methods. There is a large selection of vegan dishes on the menu. The renowned team of Kipriakon delivered Cyprus cuisine with a twist, always basing their dishes on Cyprus tradition only using quality products that will surely amaze and satisfy any true vegans.
The restaurant also benefits from a beautiful view over the port and the sea where you can enjoy the delicious Cypriotic dishes, any time of the day. The design and atmosphere are contemporary yet warm and cosy and is designed by using distinct Cypriot features. Enjoy your dinner together with Cypriotic music in the background and pair your food with wines carefully selected from local wineries.
The popular menu includes a selection of the best of Cyprus gastronomy including halloumi, fresh ravioli, baked traditional pasta, koupepia, suvlaki, and fresh salads. If you still have room for dessert, make sure to try the delicious Cyprus desserts including rice pudding and preserved fruits. For those wanting to explore a real fiest, the Maze is a fabulous way to try a bit of everything and the large selection of dishes.
Prodromou 61, Limassol 4878, Cyprus
Located just outside Limassol, in one of the area’s most well-known wine villages Plendri, at an altitude of 880 meters, this traditional tavern has drawn attention, both within Cyprus and from abroad. The restaurant is located in a restored village house with its own yard that leads to a garden from where the restaurant sources its own homegrown produce. The Symposio Tavern offers a menu with traditional flavours of the local cuisine, made with seasonal ingredients of its own production. Mr Nicos, who has 35 years of experience in the industry and is a true connoisseur of tasty meze dishes, grows his own fruits and vegetables, and also takes every opportunity to collect seasonal produce from the surrounding forest and fields, which he uses in his dishes. One of the signature dishes is the wild grilled mushrooms. The ravioli is also a popular dish which is served together with homemade bread and olive oil, as well as fresh vegetables for salads. The dessert, special baklava made in-house or homemade pastries with carob syrup, as well as fresh, seasonal fruits from the garden. Dining at Symposio Tavern is a unique experience.
Prodromou 61, Limassol 4878, Cyprus
Dionysus Mansion is a restaurant serving some of the best Greek and Cypriot cuisine in the area. The dishes remain focused on traditional flavours with a large selection of vegan and vegetarian options. The restaurant’s own philosophy, emphasises the local and fresh products combined with affordable prices. With the warm and friendly service, Dionysus Mansion is the perfect restaurant for a night out with the family, friends or for a date night.
16th June St Nr. 5, Limassol, Cyprus
“Ousia” in Greek means “essence”. And this is what you are going to taste when you come to this little café-restaurant, opposite the Mediaeval Castle in Limassol. On the impressive Lebanese-inspired menu you will find freshly made salads using a variety of interesting ingredients and dishes inspired by Mediterranean cuisines such as falafel with tabbouleh salads and sautéed vegetables. If you fancy a drink Ousia has a great selection of cocktails, beer and wine which can be enjoyed with tapas.
24 Irenes Street, Medieval Castle Square, Limassol 3042, Cyprus
This popular restaurant has been opened for about 4 years and offers an India culinary experience. Located in the Pissouri village which is located 20 minutes outside Limassol, Saffron has been making a statement with its seductive flavours of original dishes of the East, since day one.
The two chefs are Indians and guests can enjoy a taste of their own local cuisine based on traditional recipes and technics, with some modern twists, too, as pleasant surprises. The menu includes colourful, aromatic dishes, ideal for vegetarians.
Saffron uses its own traditional tandoor cooking method, used in south and central Asia, managed by a true artisan, one of its chefs. On Sundays the restaurant is open for a lunch buffet and during weekdays dinner is served. As a great bonus, the dishes are reasonably priced.
Eleftherias 50, Eleftherias 3042, Limassol, Cyprus
This is a great restaurant for vegans. Cleopatra offers a full Lebanese menu packed with delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes. Make are to try the fresh salads including tabbouleh and fatoush which are delicious to have tougher with the flatbread which is vegan as well. Other dishes include moutabal, beetroot and zucchini dip, walnut dip, hummus, falafel, rice and lentil dishes and chickpea dishes. Vegan heaven!
Christiana Court, Shop 2&3, John F. Kennedy, Limassol, Cyprus
Hummus Bar in Limassol is a recently opened intimate and welcoming shop serving up excellent vegan food. Run by Giannis, half-Greek, half-Cypriot his passion for cooking, is evident in the food being served.
Most popular for their take-aways there are a couple of tables available as well as a small bar should you wish to eat in. The popular menu includes the Go Shakshuka with falafel, hummus, boiled egg, tomato and tahini sauce and the Go Green Avocado with falafel, avocado hummus, tomato, onion, lettuce, coriander, tahini and yoghurt, the Vegan Gyros with avocado hummus, marinated tofu, tomato, lettuce, cabbage and sweet potato chips are to die for.
One of the signature dishes is the Sabich, a creation of the owner Giannis Paphitis with is hummus, fried aubergine, za’atar herbs, boiled egg, tomato, onion, falafel, tahini and mango sauce.There is also a tempting dessert menu including mahalepi with rose, panna cotta with coconut and matcha, as well as chocolate hummus with crispy sugar pittas and cinnamon.
Gladstonos 23, Limassol 3041 Cyprus
Vegan Brunch Limassol
What better way to spend the weekend than heading out for a vegan brunch? Catch up with friend and family whilst tucking into delicious vegan dishes over tea, coffee and juices. So, where to have the best vegan brunch Limassol?
It’s not just in London where you can get a cracking brunch. Looking for a vegan brunch in Limassol? Look no further. The Bakery Gourmet Kafeneio is a cosy and tasty alternative to a traditional coffee shop and is located right in the heart of the city. Perfect for a lazy Sunday brunch, make sure you visit Gourmet Kafeneio, which is run by owners Christina and Louiletta, hungry. The menu includes healthy and fresh dishes with a strong focus on vegan, vegetarian and gluten free dishes and produce. For the ultimate treat try the amazing chia pudding, vegan truffles, spirulina smoothies, vegan buddha bowls or the popular vegan crepes.
Limassol Marina Restaurants
Waterfront dining at Limassol Marina offers a mouth-watering range of local and international cuisine, a choice of restaurants, cafes, wine, cigar and lounge bars. So, what are the best restaurants at the Limassol’s marina?
Fancy Italian tonight? Why not head to Limassol’s buzzing marina and try out the outstanding Italian food at Hobo Mediteranneo. Famous for their vegan-friendly dishes ranging from pasta, pizza and anti-pasto, indulgent desserts and excellent wines, Hobo Mediteranneo is a real winner. A bonus is its exclusive location, its meticulous architecture and elegant decor which oozes classic Italian style. With regards to Italian food this is our favorite vegan restaurant Limassol.
Limassol Marina St, Limassol, Cyprus
Looking for a cool and funky cafe to relax? Look no further. Cafe Calma aims to be the essence of chill-out, calm and cool and they succeed. This is a place for everyone to kick back and enjoy the beautiful marina view and the energetic atmosphere of the area. Claim on elf the comfortable sofas or head to the trendy bar area for a coffee, cocktail or a tasty snack in the evening. Hope we have given some more inspiration for the best vegan restaurant Limassol.
Limassol Marina St, Limassol 3601, Cyprus
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