Porto Ydra: New restaurant specialising in Greek cuisine opens in Limassol (pics)

Elegant Greek restaurant Porto Ydra has recently opened its doors in Limassol.

The restaurant is located at Avenue 15, an innovative project by Property Gallery, in the heart of the city. Avenue 15 is a premium A-class business centre, on Makarios Avenue.


Gourmet flavours from the sea

The new culinary experience of Limassol combines excellent food in a cool, relaxed and delicately funky atmosphere.




In a space with a strong Greek element and atmosphere inspired by the sea, the new arrival in Limassol invites guests to explore distinctive fish dishes, choose from an impressive wine collection, and taste elegant dishes in a vintage-inspired environment.




Inspired by the "little Venice" of the Argosaronicos

Its creators were inspired by Porto Hydra Village, a settlement of over 330 private villas in the Peloponnese, surrounded by floating canals, and which is characterised as the "little Venice" of the Argosaronicos.


The menu at Porto Ydra is adapted according to the seasons, with vegetables and wild fish or seafood.


The venue also pays meticulous attention to details (olive oil, anchovies, butter, sea salt) ensuring high levels of quality.



(Source: InBusinessNews)

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