Larnaka is a brilliant example of a postcolonial town. The intersection of tourism and the postcolonial identity of Cypriot culture has created wondrous juxtapositions.
An island themed restaurant with a marketing tie in to Havana club shares a block with a sushi bar.
Goodys and Flocafe, Greek chains, shares a block with Starbucks and McDonalds.
Falafel and Lebanese food on a side street:
A café with Coca-Cola advertising fronting one of the few remaining 19th-century, waterfront mansions.
And just in case you need a juice, you have options: