First time here and it was really lovely. Limited menu but so authentic and nicely done. Heartily recommend as an alternative to the more flashy places in town.
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We visited here having read the reviews on Tripadvisor and we weren't disappointed. The choice on the menu that night was sea bass or chicken curry, both of which were ordered by our party of 6, 4 adults and 2 children. The food was delicious, the garden seating area idyllic and authentic and the personal service made you feel at... More
So we had chicken curry, egg and chips and pancakes - but not all at once. Mama Hattice cooked the best meal I have ever tasted in my 10 years of coming to Dalyan. A lovely family run restaurant. We shall be back there tomorrow 😊
Had walked past here numerous times during our stays in Dalyan and with the desire to have pancakes running deep we finally ventured in and I'm so glad we did. "Mom's" pancakes are amazing, nothing like the usual crepe you always think of but a real Turkish delight. There isn't strictly a menu for main meals rather Mom cooks something... More
Little way out from the town centre it the walk is so worth it. The pancakes are heavenly. I've had two in the last two days and have attached a picture of the fruit, chocolate and ice cream pancake plus the banana and chocolate and ice cream one my husband chose. We're going back for a savoury one just as... More
Over the years, I've called in to this delightful place on many occasions. The food is always good, simple, genuine local cooking at a reasonable price. The owners always make you feel welcome. Well worth dropping in to on the way past, and even worth a detour.
We ate here for lunch, evening meal and for pancakes a couple of times on the way back to Calbis hotel in the evening. There is no menu and you are invited into the kitchen to pick what you want. If you want to know the evenings hats for dinner, just ask in the day, or turn up for the... More
We have visited Alton Tava twice for lunch and last night for an evening meal and have never been disappointed. For lunch, various family members have had the savoury pancakes, my favourite being the cheese & spinach and although I could not eat it all they very kindly packed it for me to take home. Our evening meal was delicious.... More
Gozlemi or 'pancakes' (actually a thin traditional unleavened bread, rolled out flat to an enormous size, folded on itself, filled with anything you want, and cooked like a thin toastie) make a nice light meal, especially with a salad. The owners also do other home cooked dishes in the evening. Great stuff at low prices!
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