Two years ago I visited Omikron Brunch in the centre of Paphos which had only just opened and was yet to serve snacks due to a prolonged delay for a licence. Although the experience was enjoyable, a recent visit topped it by far.
In a short time, this venue has established itself as a popular destination with locals, some who visit daily, as well as visitors to Paphos. Staff are warm and friendly and work well under pressure – it does get busy, particularly during the morning rush.
The menu is concise and enticing, and prices are reasonable and it’s not hard to see why it’s busy every brunch time. To ensure a table during peak hours, it’s advisable to reserve.
Open from 7am until 10pm, an array of all sorts of drinks and dishes, both healthy and indulgent are mouth-watering. Try the red velvet pancakes and the ‘little budda tea’.
Coffee is good and juices are popular and both dishes and drinks are imaginatively presented. The venue is in a prime location in the centre of Paphos in a beautifully renovated house.
Attention to detail at the venue is superb and a contemporary feel works well with the old style building. A small side terrace which has just a few tables, is popular for those wanting a quieter, more intimate experience,
This is the in daytime place to meet friends in Paphos and the atmosphere is buzzing. However, if it’s a view you’re after, there isn’t much of one.
Situated opposite the main CyTA building, it can sometimes be a challenge to find parking, but there is on street parking around the area, so persevere.
Omikron is a huge asset for central Paphos. It’s well designed, sleek yet welcoming and has a great vibe. The venue has quickly established itself as a popular place to meet friends and unwind, and sample a delicious dish and an array of drinks.
If you haven’t already tried it, what are you waiting for?
Where: 25th March Street, (opposite CyTA in central Paphos)
When: 7am to 10pm
Contact: 26 955965