I felt I had to share our experience at The Depot. I should have done this a long time ago but sadly I dIdn't. My Husband and I have been going on a regular basis since it opened about 3 years ago. We have always been greeted with warm and friendly staff and exceptional food. The food is all fresh with fresh vegetables and fresh home made chips and fresh onion rings. You will not leave The Depot hungry as they serve big portions but not with big prices. Starters are around €4 but 1 is enough for 2, main courses are around €9, as for desserts, we never have one as we never have enough room but any we have saw being consumed by fellow diners have looked good. Even though the food is reasonably priced you dont pay over the odds for your drinks. Some restaurants get you in with reasonably priced food and then charge you an arm and a leg for your drinks.Give it a try, I don't think you will be disappointed and maybe you will become regulars like ourselves. Happy dining.
I'm wondering if someone might know where I can find children food that are either vegetarian or contains fish and maybe organic as well? I know they have children food in the supermarkets but they all contains meat and the vegetarian cans are for the very little ones.. Thanks in advance!
Dear all, i am looking to have in a month my sons christening. I am looking for a taverna that can cater for toddlers with highchairs. I am also looking for somewhere that has some sort of play area even if its a small grass area for them to play on. I'm open also to find a tavern that is towards troodos mountains. Has anyone got any ideas? Would be greatly appreciated!
Hello there, we are looking for naturally produced meat, ideally certified organic but doesn't have to be. Looking for cured meats as well as fresh meat such as PORK, BEEF, LAMB, GOAT, PIGEON, OFFALS... Can be important too that's okay, as long as they are organically produced that's what matters. PErhaps people having to eat Halal meat would know where to go as I beleive they need to know where they meat comes as they do their ritual with the animal prior death... Thanks, CLem