Daphne in Greek mythology was the daughter of the river god, Peneius, who spurned the advances of the lustful
Apollo who tried to ravish her.
Now her name adorns the popular Greek Cypriot restaurant started in November 1984 and continues to be run by
the Lymbouri family.
It is a smart, comfortable and cozy restaurant with a relaxing Mediterranean atmosphere, welcoming and friendly
with its walls full of photographs depicting life from late 19th Century, in Cyprus.
In addition to a lengthy menu, featuring charcoal grills and fresh fish, Daphne has a number of speciality dishes
to choose from every day.
Fully licensed, Daphne has a respectable reasonably price wine list, spanning Greece, Cyprus, France and the New World.
83 Bayham Street, Camden Town, London NW1 0AG
Tel.020 7267 7322