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Bar Review: Puesta, Limassol

At times I forget how lucky we are to live in Limassol, especially in the summer when the beach bars reemerge and you can enjoy them to the fullest. The experience of sitting by the side of the beach and listening to the sound of the waves wash away your everyday stress is unparalleled, and you can’t get closer to the beach than Puesta Oyster bar and grill.

There is no road access and you have to walk from the beach walkway (from Four Seasons) to reach it. The fact that it is so cut off from the main roads really offers a quiet and relaxing ambience that can be enjoyed by everyone. Its classy nautical décor gives the place an air of elegance that further adds to the promising experience. Great staff is another plus to the bar, and you are always well attended to.

Being an oyster bar, the prime thing that must be had is white wine and with a rather wide variety the list will not disappoint. There is simply nothing like sitting watching the sunset and biting into deliciously fresh oysters while washing them down with a cool white wine. If you are looking for a twist, their sangria is also worthy of note. Other than white wine, Puesta offers all the conventional drinks although there is nothing groundbreaking about its drinks. That said, the cocktails will not disappoint.

However, it goes without saying that a lot of bars are about the experience and not solely the drink and I could not recommend Puesta oyster bar and grill more, simply for the overall experience. In its surroundings it’s a great break from the routine and a great way to enjoy island life.

 

Puesta Oyster Bar

Where: Amathountos Avenue 42, Agios Tychonas, Limassol

When: 9am – 1am

Contact: 25 329040

 

 

 

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