We ate at this restaurant twice in our short stay in goreme. Not out of the shortage of good restaurants, but because the food is really that good.
It takes a while to get someone's attention and get your order, but the food is authentic and delicious.
Their turkish pizza is quite good (they have a really big bread-baking operation in the back and you will see locals buying bread by the basket-full in the mornings. We also had their pottery kebap with chicken and it was wonderful.
The prices were reasonable. You have to be assertive in getting the staff's attention when paying. Their outdoor seating is raised, and for the most part has fewer stray animal patrons than the other restaurants in the area where the patio seating is at ground level.
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