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Bar review: Salut, Limassol

It’s officially summer, and a great time to enjoy places that offer a different experience in the day to the night. The concept of same place, different experience is done really well at Salut Bar & Grill.

Saripolou square may have been overdone, but Salut really is the gem of the area, the bar that has stood the test of time and is one of the longest standing establishments in the area. Saripolou blends blast from the past architecture with an air of modern minimalism and Salut really encapsulates that. The earth tone pallet that it follows is easy on the eye and denotes an air of elegance and comfort. Whether day or night, it is easy-going and effortless.

Salut offers an exciting cocktail menu, a great beer selection and an interesting wine list. The cocktail menu offers a great variety from unique cocktails to the conventional ones with the Salut twist. I must admit, the mixology of the drinks is quite sophisticated and shows that a lot of care has been put into creating them. And in all fairness the cocktails are absolutely beautiful. Every now and again you will see pops of colour coming from the bar and you’ll find yourself trying to guess what the person next to you ordered and drink up to try the next one.

For those who love a good drink but also love their peace and quiet early evening times are the best. It is the best opportunity to take in all the beauty of the establishment for a relaxing drink after a long day. However, be warned that the establishment does get quite busy as nighttime starts settling down.

Another great thing about Salut is that it offers a full menu with a flare of Syrian. Whether it’s a full course or a platter, you are sure to find the perfect accompaniment to your choice of drink.

Moreover, with it being Euro season, you can also watch your football matches while kicking back and enjoying the buzz of the city.

Where: Saripolou 71-73, Limassol
Contact: 25 871614

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