We had dinner at Albura Kathisma few days back (week of June 17, 2013) : myself, wife and two young girls.
Location: This restaurant is located on restaurant-row - Akblylk Cad. Most restaurants here hawk you down as you walk past; but not this one which is a good sign. Also this is one of the more crowded restaurants in that area - another good sign.
They do have a roof-top, but being on the opposite side of the road, you don't get the awesome sea views you have from the other side. So don't expect great views from the rooftop.
Food: Good but not great, in our experience. We had a lamb kebab, meat stuffed ravioli and a chicken dish (don't recall the name). The lamb and ravioli were quite spicy, even though we are quite used to spicy cuisine. Maybe this is how Anatolian food is meant to be, but pointing out here as a warning. Meat inside the ravioli was very minimal. For dessert we tried the milk pudding which was good. Overall good food, but didn't think it went much beyond the ordinary.
Service: Very good. Waiters were attentive, without being overly obtrusive or pushy. Would've liked some explanation on 'anatolian cuisine', but we didn't ask for it either ..
So overall a good experience, but we felt Tria elegance (a neighbor) and Pasazande were our restaurant highlights in that order, with this one coming a distant third.
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