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Bar review: The Britannia Pub, Paphos

The Britannia bar and restaurant in Kato Paphos is a popular meeting point for both expat and holiday makers, mostly Brits, who like the taste of home.

Set up in a traditional British pub style – the name rather gives it away – The Britannia is a stalwart of Paphos nightlife and welcomes repeat customers holidaying in the coastal town year after year. They serve great ‘pub grub’ and offer a wide variety of live music.

The atmosphere is relaxed is this family friendly venue.

Britannia is much more than a meeting place, with regular top notch live entertainment on most nights, including a Friday night drag act by Ms Debonair, live bands, karaoke and quiz nights.

All sorts of international fare is available on the reasonably priced menu and best sellers include Chinese Bang Bang chicken at €11, full English breakfast and a traditional British Sunday Roast, priced well at €8.99. Chef’s specialities include steak and ale pie and take away dishes are also available.

If you want to steer clear of all things British while living or holidaying abroad then obviously this isn’t the venue for you. But this is a fun place with a good selection of local and imported beers and wines and well-made cocktails, including all of the usual favourites. Sex on the Beach is a best seller and priced at €5.

A good variety of coffees, teas and soft drinks are also served and staff are friendly and helpful. They have a good knowledge of all things local and are a vital source of information for visiting tourists.

Awarded a certificate of excellence for 2018 by Trip Advisor, this venue is open seven days a week from 10am until late.

High profile sporting events are also shown on a number of widescreen TVs and free wi-fi is also on offer.

Why not give it a try.



Britannia Bar and Restaurant

Where: Constantinides Street, Kato Paphos

Contact: 99 850971 or The Britannia Bar Paphos on Facebook

When: daily from 10am

Price: Cocktails from €5


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