Restaurant Manager

Cyprus House

Cyprus House has been the communities gathering place since Turkish Cypriot Community Association moved into the building in 2002. The restaurant provides members of the community an opportunity to sample mouth-watering traditional Cypriot dishes in a newly decorated Cypriot environment. Our focus is to bring a little bit of Turkish Cypriot Culture to London.

The team have over a short period of time built a reputation for excellence. The restaurant is licensed for drinks and is open Monday till Saturday providing breakfast lunch and dinner with daily traditional Cypriot cuisine and caters for around 250 people a week. Friday and Saturday nights are special meze nights where customers can not only enjoy reasonably priced fixed menu with live music and dancing.

What people say:

“Very welcoming with tasty food and entertainment.
There's no menu so you get whatever is going but it's a plentiful meze and grilled meats.” Jefferson Courtney

“Live music, meze, bring your own drink.
Perfect for gatherings and socialising very friendly staff enough portions and reasonably priced. Enjoyed the night” Tamer Efendi

“Reminds me of Cyprus in every which way” Nuriye Kemal

“Authentic traditional Cypriot cuisine, oven cooked goats head is a must” Peter Moore

Green Lanes’ hidden gem. Cyprus House is located away from the bustle of the main road on the ground floor of a Turkish-Cypriot community centre that could easily be mistaken for a residential house. From Tuesday to Thursday it is only open for lunch, serving home cooked Cypriot meals — caul-fat encased şeftali kebabs made from minced lamb and offal, souvlaki, and molohiya, the mucilaginous bitter leaf that offers a taste of home for nostalgic palates. On Friday and Saturday mezze is £20 per person, which encompasses an almost endless but impeccable, rhythmic parade of cold starters, seafood, vegetables, fish and meat. The highlight? A whole lamb’s head with the flesh and fat judiciously pulled from the bone, served with a globe of brain and soft tongue meat.

Our foods:

Our goal is to keep it as authentic as possible, making the dishes with authentic ingredients and allowing some of the less known dishes such as “Molohiya”, “Bumbar” and “Kolokas” to be sampled by a wider audience.

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We have in the last 30 years gained a fantastic reputation for fresh food, affordable prices and the ability to offer flexible menu choices for any parties / events you wish to hold. From kids catering to weddings we can cover all your needs in a central location, professional service and a reputation way above the rest.

Luncheon Club

We are currently catering for the Luncheon club every Tuesdays to Thursdays for our local elderly visitors in conjunction with TCCA. We are able to offer a special affordable lunch price of £4 for our daily Cypriot specials and the group can use the large main hall to catch up on old times, play some games or simply meet old friends for a tasty fresh hot meal.

Turkish-Cypriot diet and culinary culture for centuries

The Turkish-Cypriot cuisine owes its heritage to a mixture of Mediterranean, Southern European and Middle Eastern influences. Local dishes are delicious, particularly the "meze". This is a specialty of Cyprus and consists of a large number of cold and hot hors d'oeuvres such as different salads, meats, vegetable, and fish dishes. It is taken either as an appetiser or a main course. Other typical dishes are: "Yalancı Dolma" (vine leaves stuffed with rice, onions, and tomatoes); "Sish Kebab" (marinated lamb, skewered and grilled over charcoal; "Musakka" (layers of mince, potatoes, and aubergines baked in the oven with cheese topping).

Normal Opening Hours:

Mon: Closed
Tue: 10:00 – 22:00
Wed: 10:00 – 22:00 (Cypriot Night)
Thu: 10:00 – 22:00
Fri: 10:00 – 22:00 (Fish Night)
Sat: 10.00 — 23:00 (Mezze Night)
Sun: Check for opening times

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