The A-board sign at the entrance says it all ... No pushy waiters, no english food, no wifi and no hassle... and that is exactly what it you get.
The restaurant itself is set in a riverside court yard, and has a number of tables by the river itself which overlook the fabulous rock-tombs carved into the cliff side opposite. Of an evening, the tables that are in the covered courtyard are low-lit and there is an open wood burning "brazier" which adds to the lighting and the ambience.
The music is normal big-band swing / Sinatra and the like at low volume, and again this just adds to the overall general ambience and atmosphere.
The food is all locally sourced, and is of really first class quality, the fillet steak being succulent and tender and just lip-smackingly great.
The fish is, of course, fresh, local and just falls to pieces under your knife and fork, and the menu offers a veritable cornucopia of culinary delights, without over-extending itself.
Beers and wines are also local and imported, and the local red is rather palatable, especially with the steak. All dishes come with rice, veg and home-made chancy chips / wedges and look as good as they taste.
We have eaten here a number of times on our visits to Dalyan, and can honestly say that we have never had a bad meal, not even a whiff of one...
Would definitely recommend that you visit if in Dalyan....