Dining at the "Mavrommatis" Restaurant -Limassol

Trip Start May 27, 2012
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Friday, January 11, 2013

If you ever come to Limassol I highly recommend dining at the Mavrommatis Restaurant.

Have a look on my detailed review below as it appears on different other sites on the net.

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Attention to Detail, Glamour, Taste and an Unparalleled Service!

During my recent 3 night stay at the Four Seasons on a business trip, I had the opportunity to try the different cuisines in the 3 out of its 4 restaurants and this because the "Vivaldi Al Fresco" is open only from May to October. The lovely terrace overlooking the pool and the beach is not available during winter months.



 “Mavrommatis”

Second time of dinning here.  Some years back while on a trip to Paris I dined at the other famous Mavrommatis -nice seeing it extending to Limassol as well!

It is exclusively a Greek a la carte Gourmet restaurant and what impresses you most upon entering, is its noble and glamorous interior. 

The greeting at the front door was cheerful and graceful as it is in all Restaurants of the Four Seasons.



My friend and I had a glass each of (Chilean) Sauvignon wine from Casa Lapostolle with a complimentary starter from the chef.

To start off we had three appetizers -The Tuna Carpaccio appetizer (14 euros) it was celestial, we tried the Pan fried Scallops –highly recommended. I found them flavoursome and yummy, and the Langoustines in Kataifi –simply ambrosia! -17.  



The somellier advised to try the Semillon Xynisteri as it matches well with our appetizers -a well balanced on the palate dry wine, especially selected and bottled for the Four Seasons. We could not agree less. It had indeed a fruity taste with aromas of pear and blossom.



From the Fish and Shellfish menu list I had the superb Red Mullet for 28 euros. It was a peculiar creation yet so tempting. We accompanied our main dish with a French Chardonnay (Albert Bichot, Bourgogne) -6 euros the glass. My friend had the Sea Bass…wow! What an exceptional dish! I could not help but try this one too. (magnifique)!!!



The Desserts we had each cost 8.50 and we tried the Exotic Savarin and the Warm “Galaktoboureko -both exceptional but I cannot say which one is better. You should try both!



Greek food is taken to the next level at Mavrommatis -the Gourmet Greek cuisine is presented with French flair, the unparalleled service with dedication to detail.  This is what the guest observes after the first visit and then he wants to visit again.


Congratulations to George Constantinou, the Chef of Mavrommatis for his excellent work.

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