Eat & Drink Paphos Paramythi Healthy Ever After

Paramythi Healthy Ever After

From the very first moment that you enter Paramythi Healthy Ever After you will experience a fairy tale atmosphere that travels you back in time. Restored items, antique furniture and hand-made luminaries make for a cozy place with fairy-tale heroes which pop up in front of you. Even the menu is inspired by fairy tales.

What makes it special is its healthy cooked food. You could start your meal with the salad “magic spell” consisting of beets, pumpkins and carrots cut into noodles. A popular choice is the “Robin Fores,” a veggie burger with lentils and chickpeas, served with sweet tahini and gooseberry sauce, accompanied with organic vegetables, unless you prefer rice or potatoes.  All the desserts are homemade and change time depending on season.

Alexandrou Papagou 61

Paphos

96 266797

Monday-Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 19:00 PM, Wednesday-Thursday: 10:00 AM – 17:00 PM

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