Possibly the best thing about Ratatouille is that it is on the first floor overlooking Kas harbour and dozens of other restaurants and bars, and therefore just slightly removed from the bustle of the town. It is pretty small and very popular, so probably best to book, especially after 8pm.
Food was good - slightly better than average Turkish fare in Kas, but also a bit more expensive. Lentil balls were rather bland but otherwise very good.....my seabass was excellent, and the "browny" for desert was delicious - melt in the mouth stuff (and made up for the fact that they scratched the "special" carrot cake as we were considering the menus......which was slightly odd as we were the first people in the place that night!)
Charming and understated service, and beautifully done tables.
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