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MATA, Cyprus' first Korean restaurant has opened at Limassol Marina (pics)

Limassol Marina has announced the arrival of MATA, described as the first and only Korean restaurant in Cyprus.

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"Prepare your taste buds for an extraordinary journey as MATA introduces the most beloved and popular dishes from Korea, meticulously crafted with traditional recipes and premium ingredients imported directly from Korea," Limassol Marina's announcement notes.

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It goes on to suggest that visitors partner an array of enticing flavours with a unique mix of beverages including authentic Korean beer such as Cass and Hite, the renowned Korean soju, and the traditional rice wine, Makgeolli, underling, "MATA's commitment to preserving the original taste ensures a distinct dining experience for all."

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"Located at Limassol Marina, MATA offers a unique fusion of delectable food, breathtaking views, and an exquisite interior, promising an unforgettable culinary treat for all guests," the announcement says, also revealing that residents of the Marina, from villas to apartments, office professionals, yacht owners, and crews, will soon have the convenience of MATA's delectable dishes delivered right to their doorstep.

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