This restaurant is gorgeous and elegant inside. Great soft lighting, soft cave walls, antique pieces,nice music, really beautiful setting. Wonderful location right near the Argos Cave hotel and Cappadocia Cave hotels. That's where the greatness ends. The food is just downright bad and considering the quality, overpriced as well. We ordered the beef kabob which was tough, underseasoned and barely edible. As for the prawns paella - paella was bland and the "prawns" looked like bad small frozen shrimp that had been stuffed into prawn heads for appearance. The mezzes were not terribly impressive but not as offensive as the other entrees. Go for a drink before dinner!
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