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casserole of eggplant and ground lamb with onion and tomatoes bound with white sauce and beaten eggs

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Not only was I too relaxed for chatting with the locals but stuffed vine leaves and mousaka just aren't my thing.
Indeed, eating mousaka on holidays does not a marginalized Greek immigrant make.
He will prepare Greek and Cypriot favourites such as mousaka, dolmades and taramasalata.
There is also a vegetarian mousaka that a man on the next table ordered on advice from his doctor to give up meat.
Juices from chunks of lamb spinning on custom-made rotisseries dripped onto hot coals and turned into smoky, aromatic advertising for shish-kebab dinners being dished onto plates nearby, along with mousaka, chicken and fergese, an interesting braised liver dish.
The traditional mousaka dish is a popular choice but do try the kleftiko.
My favourite was the family-run Bunch of Grapes in the village - their homemade vegetarian mousaka was delicious.
This time we are metaphorically mixing the mousaka and smashing plates with the Athenians.
There is also a wide selection of grilled dishes such as pork chops and souvlakia in addition to more traditional dishes like tavas, stuffed vegetables and mousaka.
There are of course other dishes that people have to try, like mousaka, koupepia (stuffed vine leaves), gemista (stuffed vegetables).
More than half of the entrees are Greek specialties such as shish kebab, steaks, souvlaki, tiropita, mousaka and Greek chicken parmesan, priced from $9.
Traditional dishes like stifado, mousaka, afelia, dolmades tasted exactly the same in whichever tavern you had them in the tourist resorts, as a main dish or as part of a meze.
If you are not in the mood for a meze the menu features a decent variety of hot and cold starters ranging from e1/45-8, a large variety of fresh fish such as red mullet, snapper, sardines, squid and octopus (e1/49-e1/415), Cyprus specialties such as tavas, mousaka and dolmades (e1/410-12) and a variety of grilled meats (e1/49-13).