27 April 2012 09:48

From Thessaloniki, the owner of this recently opened bakery has created a small cosy eatery, reminiscent of those places in the old days where regular customers also became good friends. With the opening of Giagia Victoria, the owner aspires to bring locals together in a warm atmosphere, while introducing authentic homemade Thessaloniki delicacies to the capital. Meet there with friends to try the exceptional Thessaloniki mpougatsa, koulouri and tsoureki, prepared in front of customers by the skilled baker. The bakery also offers an enticing range of five different types of homemade mpougatsa, to include four cheeses, and pork mince fillings. Also on offer are a range of tasty cookies and authentic Greek coffee cultivated and imported from Drama, Greece. Meet people of all ages, passers-by and professionals who appreciate a good mpougatsa. For mpougatsa and coffee pay around €5.

131G Prodromou St., Nicosia, tel. ,