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Dori’s Restaurant in Paphos – Healthy, Hearty and a Delicious Alternative

Which one of the following would you prefer 1) a “grab and go” high fat/high sugar meal from one of the many fast food places around or 2) a delicious, healthy and freshly prepared meal?

I believe that I can guess which one most of us would choose – the second.

A few weeks ago we discovered Dori’s, a Lebanese  takeaway that had recently opened in Paphos and provides just such an option. 

Tender, marinated, spiced chicken breast souvlaki (kebab) served in large Lebanese pitta bread, filled to bursting with mushrooms, tomatoes, lettuce and pickled cucumbers. This can be ordered hot or mildly spiced, with or without garlic.  If you’re not fond of chicken, there’s the tender, marinated beef kebab with garlic and spices.

Vegetarian?  Try the fried eggplant and cauliflower with hummus, tomatoes, lettuce and pickled cucumbers, or the mix of vegetable and mushroom souvlaki marinated in a special sauce.  Falafel (chickpeas blended into a puree and combined with various spices, rolled into  balls then fried in oil, is also available as is labneh (strained yogurt with tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers, mint leaves, olives and olive oil).

Dori’s has a large variety of choices available including grilled, marinated  chicken breast, baby fish and freshly prepared French fries.

We have ordered from here several times – it is always sparklingly clean, the service friendly and helpful and the portions are large.  It did, however, take time to prepare our orders, so it’s probably a good idea, if you don’t have much time on your hands, to drop in and pick up a menu beforehand, then phone in your order 30 – 45 minutes before you need to collect it. Or, you could simply sit and relax with a soft drink or a cold beer and wait while it’s being prepared.  Either way we think it’s worth it.

Dori’s, 13 Tepeleniou St. (that’s the one-way street where the electricity office is located, and Dori’s  is on the right-hand side, a few metres before the electricity office), Paphos.  Tel: 26 22 25 80.