Göçek is a tourist "new town", overwhelmed by a number of marinas, and some luxury resorts.
The main road is a shopping area. The harbour front-line caters to the tourists.
Suppose you want something traditional turkish, on the home-made side, off the track. No white sofas,
Bereket restaurant was suggested to us by the hotel personnel, under this specific request.
The owner was bery happy to give us his best welcome. Whar he did with grace and friendly attitude.
The food was just delicious. The value was high for the quite modest bill we paid.
Bread was just spectacular (a large sheet of "pide"). Mezes varied and vary tasty. Main courses typically turkish. No fish, this is a meat place.
Quiet place, in the open, under trees, Breezy.
Good good good good.
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