Heyamola Ada lokantasi is a cafe on the seaside with the moderate prices: one sea bass costs 22 lira and set of 5 mezes 40 lira. We also tried calamari which I was not very impressed with, bad oil. It is a more like a...More
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The staff didn't care much about customers. I ordered water and they said no need because they will serve it anyway. I said ok and waited for the food. We had what we ordered and there was no water or no waiter to ask water...More
In an island flooded with touristic places, Heyamola stood out with its food and friendly, non-intrusive service. Experienced a pleasant personal surprise as well...
I went to Heyamola because it seemed like the most decent, family friendly restaurant. Even though there weren't too many people there, the food was very fresh. The mezzes are a must try.... beautiful! And the fish was good and very very fresh. The service...More
very delicous dishes and fish . Near the seashore, it is open in winter and summer. A very heppful manager in choosing the dishes . He guaranties the fresh fish. And the price is reasonable. We enjoyed in this historical restaurant.
It was a very quiet day (1st October) that we visited for lunch. Warmly welcomed (we were practically the only customers in the whole area!) we chose to sit outdoors (although it was cool). Service was helpful and the mixed appetisers were great as was...More
It's often difficult to find anything to distinguish between the multiple restaurants that line a waterfront such as the one on Heybeliada. Heyamola provides this by actually being good. We went for a light lunch before heading back to the mainland, so unfortunately had to...More
We checked TripAdvisor in order to find a good place to eat in Heybeliada (one of the Princess Islands) and Heyamola seemed the best for us so we went there, especially it is on the sea front not far from the maritime station. The place...More