The fashionable Limassol hotel AMARA welcomed the first day of the new year in a sophisticated and magical atmosphere. Every year the hotel strives to please its guests with original New Year surprises, and some winter traditions have remained unchanged for many years. This year they surprised their guests with new chic decorations and the main decoration was an unusual spruce.
This season, the hotel has given preference to strict geometric shapes. The festive interior has turned out to be very refined and restrained; in all public spaces, guests of the hotel could watch golden garlands shimmering with lights. The most important component of the festive program was gastronomic entertainment, during which guests have the opportunity to taste the iconic festive dishes of Cyprus.
The Ristorante Locatelli restaurant has become the center of the gastronomic entertainment, where visitors are offered to taste original dishes from the chef Giorgio Locatelli. He is one of the world's best specialists in the field of modern Italian cuisine. The restaurant offers visitors special dishes prepared according to the chef's original recipes.
Admirers of pasta with seafood should definitely try taglioni with oysters - the best regional seafood is used for cooking. Those who prefer meat delicacies will have the opportunity to try the spicy sausage kotekino. It is prepared from selected pork, the recipe for this type of sausage appeared more than a hundred years ago. This meat delicacy is considered as a gastronomic specialty of Northern Italy. Sausage is served along with lentils and scallops.
Stuffed capon took the centerpiece of the festive New Year's table this year. The filling for it is made from pork, chestnuts and spicy herbs, the taste of a bird cooked on a fire is simply unique. Celebrating the New Year on the seaside has become a good tradition for many travelers. This famous Limassol hotel remains one of the most prestigious and attractive hotels in Cyprus, during all major holidays it prepares special entertainment programs for its guests.