The island of Cyprus remains divided between Greek and Turkish communities, but in London exiles from both sides of the partition live, work and eat side-by-side. Although Greek Cypriots are concentrated to the west and Turkish Cypriots in the east, head to Green Lanes and you’ll see shops, cafés and restaurants serving Mediterranean transplants and born-and-bred Londoners alike.
Now we want to know: what’s your favourite Cypriot place in London? From delis and eateries to cultural venues, we want to know the best places to get a bit of Cypriot sunshine inside the M25. Leave a tip in the comments box below, and we’ll use the best of them in Time Out London magazine.