The restaurant was never crowded while we were there in March, which surprised us because the food and service is good and the surroundings are romantic. Quiet place, tastefully decorated. We had dinner there 3 nights and were never disappointed. My husband loved the Turkish wedding soup and the wonderful bread dipped in olive oil and herbed salt. We ate everything they suggested and never became ill, which had been an initial concern. The portions are ample.
If you want to sample the area's cuisine, this is a good place to start.
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