This was a rare find. We were practically finger pointed to this place by local shopkeepers on the same street when we were shopping in Urgup after visiting the Open Museum and Valley of the Feary Chimneys. This is a very local place as almost everyone on the street was recommending us to go there and a a lot of Turkish people eating here. Very strip down basic home styled cooking. We had Turkish stewed chicken, beef, salad, Turkish styled Ravioli, lentil soup, bread and jasmine rice! Only two of us was eating and we managed to finish everything that we ordered. I guess that says a lot! The food was very simple and just divine. Service was impeccable. The owner was taking orders, cooking and serving at the same time! Thumbs up Zeytin! By far the best food after 1 week of being in Turkey.
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