Mr. robin hardy
Hi Niazi, So pleased to see that you are still doing well. Alexander Downer is a friend of mine so say hello to him when he comes in. Remember happy days in Limassol and driving to Kyrenia. Very best wishes to you and your family, Robin Hardy.
I wonder if you started your business at \\\"Shell Corner\\\" in Limassol?!
We were based in Polymidhia in 1958 -1961 and often came to enjoy your lovely kebabs.
I shall be in Cyprus 14 - 17 December. Can I come to see you?
Mrs. STELLA BANKS
WOW! Still going strong after all these years. CONGRATULATIONS on your 61st Anniversary. My (late) husband John & I married in Episkopi in 1960, and visited Niazi & Father in his "original" kebab shop in Limassol between 1960 and 1965.
I still have a painting my husband did of the original shop with Niazi & Pop cooking outside. Those were the Good Old Days. Are you still making the famous Sheftallia ???
Long may you prosper
Mrs. STELLA BANKS
IN YOUR PHOTO GALLERY BEFORE 1974, I CAN BE SEEN AT BOTTOM RIGHT OF THE PICTURE IN VIEW NUMBER 10....MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS
Mr. Richard Hla
Its so great! to see photo's of your restaurant back before 1974. My wife June and I were regular patron's from 1968-70. We will definitely frequent your current restaurant in Kyrenia when we visit this coming October.
I served with the RAF in the early '70s and often frequented your Limassol restaurant whilst in transit through RAF Akrotikiri. I have extremely fond memories of the times I have spent in your Limassol restaurant with various crew members on our way through Cyprus. This was no doubt due to the great standards that were set by the original management and staff before the crisis. The restaurant was epitomised by great service and even better food. I shall always remember the Limassol restaurant with great affection.
Good luck for the future.
Mr. Henry Chabrowski
We have the happiest memories of our early married life in Akrotiri and Berengaria, Cyprus, due, in no small measure, to the wonderful evenings we spent with you, enjoying the best cuisine and the warmest hospitality in the Near East.
Subsequently, for over 30 years, we have worked and lived abroad. Only once, in Istanbul, did we find a restaurant which could even remotely challenge yours!
Congratulation and all the best for the future.
Mrs. Eileen Banks
I used to visit your restaurant whilst I was in Episkopi working for the Y.M.C.A. in1970 - 1974 and loved it. I often think of the wonderful meals I had there and have never been able to find another restaurant to compare. Best wishes for prosperity in Kyrenia.
Mr. john sheath
the most fantastic restaurant in Limassol for all our 9 Sqn aircrew parties until it closed in 1974, (Moved to Kyrenia). We still talk about the wonderful hospitality and excellent food provided by the owner and staff. Long may Niazi's continue and prosper.
Mr. Brian Walker
A Blast from the Past
Greetings, if you're still around Niazzi. Your hole-in-the-wall place in Limassol still brings back many happy memories of my time in Limassol from 1962/65. I remember then the price of a full kebab with a bottle of half-and-half thrown in was twelve shillings, but if the extra course you offered was suggested to be your nose, then the price went up to thirteen and sixpence. All in good humour, though, Niazzi! I hope things still go well for you in Kyrenia, where you may well meet Joy my ex-wife from time to time. She frequents your part of the island now and has mentioned seeing you from time to time. Also, do you remember meeting my mother in a post office in Acre Lane Brixton one day? Hayter Road where your relations lived was only a stone's throw from my parent's house. Anyway, if you want to send an email, I'd be glad to hear from you.
All the very best for now,