Tomato soup, served with a small loaf. The loaf in a wooden box, covered with a cloth. A more sophisticated version of garlic butter, with herbs and dried tomato.
Followed by pork chop, grilled vegetables and chips. Although not requested, a bowl of salad.
I thought the pork chop was large at No 1 last week, but it was dwarfed by this pork chop. And it was of far superior quality. I had asked for a small pork chop.
Followed by a sweet, though I had not requested.
I sat at the side, overlooking the street.
The noise from Bell’s across the stret, especially the moronic DJ, not pleasant.
Not busy, few people passing in the street. The sunbeds are empty, and yet, the hotels are full.
I did not appreciate how large Vangelis, until I went inside to pay the bill. And there was seating out the back (far nicer than the front).
Vangelis is a long established family business, though only recently opened in Protaras. The obvious comparison is with Nicolas Tavern. Both serve Greek-Cypriot cuisine, the emphasis on quality.