We really enjoyed the relaxing and friendly atmosphere, and GREAT Turkish food! I was recommended this restaurant by a friend as "the best Turkish Restaurant in town." And I must say, I fully agree!!!! We had Mix Meze Plate, Hellim Salad, Seafood Wok, and closed our evening with traditional Turkish tea & Turkish Rice Pudding-Baked (Fırın Sütlaç).
Staff were both very friendly and courteous. And like any cosmopolitan restaurant they had a touch-screen tab system. The restaurant is both very international (relaxed and accommodating) and Turkish. Take a moment to look at the lanterns made from "bottle gourd". This restaurant has a special extra sightseeing point. There are cave rooms from the Byzantine Era (iv - xi century) in the back of the restaurant.
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