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'Kopiaste. Welcome to Tochni Tavern. .'
If you want to enjoy authentic, traditional Cypriot cooking, a visit to the tavern is a must. The chef is spoiling the guest with authentic dishes from the traditional cuisine of Cyprus.
Tochni Tavern is a member of the Conservatoire International des Cuisines Méditerranéennes.
In the nice little village of Tochni between Larnaca and Limassol, offers a panoramic view of the whole village, the serene countryside and the pristine sea below. The tavern serves breakfast at the morning, lunch and snacks at midday and dinner at night.
Specialties - traditional meals
The national specialty is 'Meze', a section, which exists of up to 20 different dishes., starting with salad and dips, grill, side dishes and dessert. You find fish or meat meze, meaning the main dishes consists either of fish or meat specialties. As specialties are considered also the Kebabs (pieces of lamb or other meat skewered and roasted over charcoal fire), the Stifado (a stew of beef or hare cooked with wine, vinegar, onion and spices), Koubebia (vine leaves stuffed with minced meat and rice) and Tava (a tasty stew of meat, herbs and onions).
Cyprus beverage - Cypriot Wines
Cyprus is renowned for its good wine. The Cypriot Wine was already in the antiquity famous for its quality and excellent taste. This has of course to do with the superb climate of the island. You find all kinds of wine, white, rose and red; from different regions of Cyprus. The village wines are liked and they go with the traditional food.