Who wouldn’t want a great ambiance and a fantastic meal right? Nowadays different cuisine is being enjoyed in our country and Cyma menu offers delicious and mouth watering Greek cuisine that anyone will enjoy. This restaurant is a great place to go if you are craving Greek cuisine and a great ambiance. Let’s get to know this restaurant better let’s see their menu and best sellers and who knows maybe next time you’re going outside with family and friends to eat outs you’ll consider going to them let’s not delay things here people. Let’s start!
|Menu Items||Prices (PHP)|
|Char grilled whole sea bass||750|
|Cyma lamb shoulder chops||745|
|Hirini brizola (1chop/2chops)||525/750|
|Ribeye steak 500g||1950|
|Greek roasted potatoes||180|
|Bottled still (domestic/imported)||60/170|
|Cyma's ultimate iced tea||90|
|Canned coca cola products||90|
|Garides me feta||650|
Yiouvetsi (Greek Paella)
|Chicken and seafood yiouvetsi||890|
|Watermelon and lamb salad||415|
|Watermelon and pita||120|
|Spinach and artichoke fondue||410|
|Beef rib ringer kalamaki||330|
|Steamed bowl of mussels||330|
|Broiled baby scallops||280|
|Flaming cheese saganaki||230|
|Saganaki with figs||490|
Chef Robby Goco gives his best to ensure that Filipinos get the best Greek cuisine by giving his best to offer great food in his restaurant. Goco who came from a simple family use his knowledge to earn extra when he was younger, he knows that he has to study culinary arts so he flew to the United States, he studied culinary arts for two years and had part-time jobs to support himself.
After graduating he tried to work in different restaurants in the US before going back to our country. His training in California made him adapt to different situations and circumstances that are related to his job. A friend told him that maybe he should own cuisine in our country, Goco listen to his friend and flew and stay in Greece for two and a half months learning their cuisine.
After returning he opened his first Cyma restaurant in Boracay, it’s a safe choice actually since there are a lot of foreigners having a vacation on the island so if ever Filipino don’t accept his cuisine he knew that foreigners will. For Goco he prefers slow growth for his restaurant but surely, he doesn’t want to franchise for now because he is protecting his standards which is a great thing because customers will be sure that everything that they will order would be a masterpiece of Goco.
Cyma Menu Best Seller
We listed Cyma bet selling items that everyone enjoys these items are based on their websites and other customers that already visited their restaurant and their actual crews. On the list are their top-selling items that we should try if we are going to visit their restaurant.
Spinach Artichoke Fondue – Made with melted cheese, feta and anchovies, and sun dried tomatoes. This is also served with EVOO bread and homemade pita for a more appealing and appetizing experience.
Grilled Octopus – This simple dish is a bomb and popular among foreign customers that visited their restaurant. Made with fresh octopus, garlic, herbed EVOO, greek oregano, and lemon. Their grilled octopus is truly delicious.
Loukanika – This is actually a Greek Lamb sausage with greek feta, some oregano, and their sauteed sweet peppers they also serve this with EVOO toast. This is one of their top recommended food from the Cyma menu because it is really good.
Flaming Cheese Saganaki – I can recommend their flaming cheese saganaki for those customers who loves cheese. Made with mozzarella, parmigiano reggiano, and served with EVVO toast.
Chopped Salad – This is their house salad so for sure this is really good. Made with argula, walnuts, mixed greens, crumbled blue cheese, caramelized pears, grated parmigiano reggiano, and tomato with Cyma summer herb vinaigrette.
Cyma Menu Mezedes
Cyma offers two kinds of mezedes. They have cold mezedes and hot mezedes. On their cold mezedes they have classic tzatziki, pine nut melitzanosalata, htipiti, tarosalata and kalamata hummus. On their hot mezedes they have spinach artichoke fondue, a steamed bowl of mussels, tsigarides, greek chicken chops, and beef rib finger kalamaki. They also have fried mezedes, they have crispy smelts, kalamarakia and zucchini, and eggplant.
Cyma has a variety of salates which means salad in english. They have Cyma caesar, roka salata, marouli salata which is a greek spring salad in English, watercress salad, horiatiki salata, american style greek salad, chopped salad which is their in house salad and highly recommended, spinach salad, tonnos salata, fattoush with souviaki and lastly their grilled lamb and watermelon salad. You can order their salad in solo size, share and family size.
On Cyma Makaronia menu, you have 12 dishes to choose from, they have roka pasta which is made with sauteed aragula, EVOO, pine nuts, cherry tomato confit, and parmigiano reggiano spaghetti. Next is their leonidas pasta which is made with roasted vegetables, pine nuts, tomatoes, garlic, basil, aglio olio, crumbled fita, and linguini pasta.
They also have watercress pasta made with parmigiano reggiano, garlic, cherry tomatoes goat cheese, and pasta spaghetti. Other choices are Pastisado, acropolis, pastitsio, solomos, greek meatballs which are made with lamb keftedes, brown tomato sauce, mizitra cheese, and rigatoni pasta.
Another one is the makaronia tis-popis, greek clams, seafood makaronia, and lastly garides ma feta. Everything on their makaronia menu is really good plus their presentation of the food that they prepare is appetizing. If you don’t have any idea about their products it’s safe to choose from their makaronia menu, you can never be wrong on pasta right?
Cyma Menu Delivery
Upon checking their website unfortunately they don’t offer delivery service for now maybe soon. But nothing to worry about if ever you’re craving Cyma food items you can go on FoodPanda, GrabFoods, or Booky websites and then search for this restaurant. However, the delivery service may be only available in selected areas.
Talk to Cyma Philippines Staff
If you have concerns and you want to talk with the Cyma Philippines Staff, you can do that easily. They have multiple social media pages and they are very active. With that being said, they can see your message from the Facebook, or Instagram page if you send them. While you’re browsing their page, I suggest that you also start to follow them. In this way, their latest posts will pop into your timeline and you’ll not miss any important ones. To start browsing their social media pages, refer to the following links:
Another way to reach them is by checking their website and going to the contact page. They also posted their contact number, and email if you prefer to call them. To check their website, just go and open this link.
The Cyma menu meets all of our expectations when it comes to greek cuisine. They have great service with great food, and good customer service as well the serving size of their products is big enough to fill one’s hunger, if the Mediterranean experience is what you’re looking for Cyma is the best option for you. A comfortable place I may say, cozy and clean. In terms of the price I can’t say that their prices are affordable, there are some that are not all but when it comes to food quality their price is reasonable. Highly recommend it to those who want to try greek cuisine at its best while enjoying a great atmosphere inside the restaurant.
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