Berengaria Restaurant: A piece of the legendary hotel that survives in Prodromos village!

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In the Limassol mountains, just a few steps from Prodromos Square and the legendary Berengaria, one may find a special restaurant that pays homage to the memory and the image of the abandoned hotel.

Built with traditional mountain stones, the elongated building which hosts the restaurant is reminiscent of the hotel’s original architecture, featuring a sloped roof and large windows fitted across its walls, protected by decorative railings. Upon entering the space, on the left you will see the large steam generator, which was built in 1907 and used to power the Berengaria with electricity. The restaurant’s dining area also resembles the interior of the hotel, with its ceiling similar to that of the large, communal spaces that still survive within the hotel to this day.

The restaurant is open all year round for lunch and dinner, as well as for coffee and drinks. Visitors can sit on its beautiful balcony, boasting a view of the pine forest, or in the cozy interior of the dining area, where a fireplace offers warmth during the autumn and winter months. Featuring familiar flavors of Cypriot cuisine, from village sausages and ‘stifado’ stew, to ‘souvla’ barbecue and traditional, slow-cooked ‘kleftiko,’ as well as seasonal meze dishes, the restaurant is an enticing dining option in the mountains, located just 5 minutes from the Troodos peak.

Contact number: 99 461179

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