Jaillan Yehia

Where To Get A Soya Latte In Cyprus – Arabica Coffee House Paphos

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Cyprus frappé coffee

The frappé is easy to find in Cyprus but what about a soya latte or other speciality coffees?

I must be really addicted to soya lattes, because at 9.30 pm on Friday night I was attending the grand opening of the Arabica coffee house Paphos to get what promised to be the best (and as far as I could determine, save Starbucks, the only) soya latte in Cyprus – and a little thing called an 11.00 pm flight back to London wasn’t going to stop me. 

As usual I’d been on the hunt for a soya latte since landing in Cyprus. As it was over 30 degrees, I was hoping for an iced version, but truth be told I would have taken whatever I could get. I’d had good espressos, plenty of Cyprus coffee (thick and syrupy coffee served in a small cup with a sediment at the bottom like Greek, Turkish and Arabic coffee). I’d also fallen in love with Cyprus’ ubiquitous iced coffee – the frappé (a specially-blended smooth iced-coffee served with or without milk) but I hadn’t scored a hit of soya latte, iced or not and I was getting the DTs.

Arabica Coffee House Paphos

Inside the Arabica Coffee House Paphos

So when I happened upon a branch of Starbucks in Limassol I took my chance to get my latte fix, but I was still keen to find another local spot to get good speciality coffee and I found that along with some seriously good carrot cake to boot at the Arabica Coffee House Paphos.

cups of coffee at Arabica Pahos, Cyprus

Coffees at Arabica Coffee Cyprus

The USA-founded coffee brand has two franchised branches in Cyprus: this branch situated right across the street from the Paphos Court House and a further branch in Nicosia, and it was opening night of the Paphos branch  when I visited. Complimentary carrot cake was delish, with fantastic creamy frosting, brownies and savoury pastries were flowing too and the tables outside were full of people enjoying a coffee on a balmy evening and chatting to the genial Cypriot-by-way-of-Johannesburg café owner.

Arabica from the outside

This place does exactly what it says on the tin: the slogan is A True American Experience. I’d probably call it an international experience – I love tasting local food and drinks and trying out the national dishes and coffees wherever I visit but sometimes you just want something consistent, recognisable and comforting, and this delivered – so I’ll be headed straight back here on my next visit to Cyprus (after I’ve had a souvlaki, some halloumi and village salad!)

Arabica Coffee House Paphos Cyprus

More Info

Arabica Coffee House Nicosia

62 Pericleous Street, 2021 Strovolos

(Tel)+357 99 44 44 60

Arabica Coffee House Paphos

1 Neofitos Nikolaides Street, 8011 Paphos

(Tel)+357 99 24 60 68

 

 


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