We'd been to Mui Wo with friends many times before and always planned on stopping at Bahce after hearing about it for a while. Finally gave it a shot this weekend on a Saturday night. Best decision ever!
Setru is the owner and manager of the place. A backpacker turned manager he ensured that we had the best time at the restaurant! Three of the folks in our group were vegetarians and they were super happy to have enough options on the menu that catered to their tastes. We ordered the hot and cold mezze platter. The turkish cigars, cigarette bokeh (non-tobacco) starters are yum! I'm not a vine leaf person but the others did appreciate the dolma. For the main course, we tried the spiced lamb wrap and the grilled fish sandwich. The wrap is delicious and juicy. It's spiced but not hot, and if you're an indian, then it's not "spiced" enough. The grilled fish sandwich as he pointed out the history behind it, is supposed to be a quick snack at the docks with the fresh catch of the day. If you love the taste of fresh, bland fish then this is the dish for you. But don't expect it to be heavily spiced, or filled with sauces because it isn't.
Fred, at the bar, makes some amazing muled wine. It was a cold evening and that drink was perfect! Right temperature, fruits, and a hint of cinnamon. :)
We also had the baklava for dessert but it wasn't one of the best dishes so I would recommend you try something else for dessert.
What really topped the whole time was having Setru tell us about his backpacking trips, tips on camping at Pui O, and in general about the turkish culture! Their kitchen stays open till 10pm.
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