This restaurant was recommended by the local staff at our hotel - and it certainly didn't disappoint. Upon discovering that it was our first turkish meal. the restaurant staff designed a menu for us: a selection of appetizers, several kebaps, pita bread and a dessert. We devoured the fresh stone-oven baked pita with the appetizers. The chicken kebap was the best we've ever had - so juice and flavorful. Dessert was a nice surprise - gooey melted cheese baked with butter and thin flaky strands topped with pistachio. This is not your typical waterfront restaurant that caters to cruise ship tourists - don't expect ambience but the food is much much better than what you would find at those restaurants. The bill was a bit more expensive than we expected but it was all worth it.
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