This is a small family-run restaurant on a side street in Sirince. We had to ask one of the merchants on the main street where it was. He said it would be hard for us to find on own, so he called the restaurant and the lady came in 5 minutes to lead us up several residential alleys to her restaurant. Its uphill perch allows for a lovely view over the homes on the opposite hillside. The place is charming, with tables and chairs painted pastel colors and even pastel lightbulbs. We sat on the outdoor terrace, but they have courtyard seating and indoor seating as well. Menus is the usual Turkish mezes and choices but food was very good. We ordered a spinach and cheese gozleme (crepelike pancake), which the lady prepared by hand and cooked in an open fireplace on a cast iron grill. It was delicious. We also had the manti, a type of short Turkish pasta served with yogurt and sweet red pepper sauce, and the homemade borek. Both were also delicious. (I had manti later in the trip in another town, and it was so drowned in yogurt that I couldn't eat it. The proportions in this version were perfect.) The lady's son speaks some English. This restaurant is worth seeking out. They serve beer and wine.
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