This bright, cheerful restaurant seemed to serve both tourists and locals. It's menu featured a variety of Turkish and local cuisine (not simply kebobs or standard fare). Six of us ate and each had a different luncheon dish; everyone was fully satisfied with their choices which were well presented and served by the hospitable and attentive staff. The location by the river is picturesque and a bonus in warm weather.
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