This was one of our earlier restaurant stops during our two weeks in Kas. Rather than follow the guidebooks/websites we decided we would wander round, get a little lost and pick somewhere we liked the feel of. We settled on the Hayta. The Hayta is up a narrow side alley on a slight incline. We sat at one of the tables on the alley facing the restaurant under a green leaved canopy. As the evening set in and night fell the area was lit up beautifully. The mezze were not all that well displayed in a dark counter inside the restaurant but the ones we picked were very good. My wife had lamb kebabs which were perfectly cooked, not overdone and very lean, I had the octopus which was excellent and the children had chicken schnitzel. All very good. As the evening progressed the owner then proceeded to sing accompanied by his Oud. Although it was a little impenetrable for us it still very much added to the atmosphere. The staff were great and attentive and for most of the early part of the evening the only other diners were local's sharing a few Raki's. It wasn't the best value restaurant we ate at but one of the more memorable ones for the location and atmosphere.
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