Yes, it is a tourist type of restaurant. But we wanted to try some of the Turkish pizza and took a table out on the street. The evening was cool with a nice breeze for our first night in Turkey. A lot of the stores and restaurants have "hustlers" to try and get you to eat at their place. Ozler is a large restaurant and we felt no pressure at all to hurry up and eat and leave. A nice change from the U.S. The pizza was tasty, the beer cold and we love the bachlava (sp). The price was fair; around $50 US dollars. A plate of watermelon was on the house as was the apple tea. We will try it again before we leave.
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