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Cafe Vita

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Cafe Vita

Heave heard good things about this restaurant - understand it it on the Kalamar Road heading out of town. Can someone give me a landmark please so I can place it? We're staying at the Meldi Hotel in June and would like to have a walk up there one evening instead of going into town.

Also, are there any other recommended restaurants along this stretch of road - somewhere for the evening rather than snack type places?

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1. Re: Cafe Vita

From your hotel go up to the Kalamar Road, turn left and keep walking. It is on your left. You will pass the Asfia, Lizo and Elixir hotels and than you will come to Cafe Vita on your left. I would say it is probably about 10 minutes and has a small hill on the way. You could pop into any of the hotels for a drink on your return walk.

On Kalamar Road, near your hotel, you will find Bread and More, Kaptain's Wine and Tapas Restaurant and Bar and the new Mango restaurant (just opened), all of which are restaurants serving meals all day and in the evening, not snack bars. There are also a number of other restaurants at the town end of the Kalamar road so you won't need to go down into the old town every night unless you want to.

If you go onto the KTLN website and register as a member you will be able to see their map of Kalkan which has business groups at the side and you can bring up all the restaurants' locations.

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KTLN is a really good website for Kalkan, you can get loads of info off here.

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3. Re: Cafe Vita

Thanks for your responses - will definitely try - only 10 days to go!

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4. Re: Cafe Vita

Hi Blynda9 we are just back from Kalkan and can recommend Mango the food was excellent as was the service and ambience. So good we returned a couple of times during our stay.

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5. Re: Cafe Vita

Cafe Vita is as mentioned turn left from the Meldi and you will arrive within 10 minutes. We have been going there ever since it opened, its great for lunchs and a relaxing evening meal. Everything is prepared and freshly cooked with great prices to match. Mustafa and his wife are great hosts.

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6. Re: Cafe Vita

BBQ nights every Weds are a must - been there twice now - 25 tl for 4 courses (soup, meze, bbq food, fruit/mini cakes) delish and fab value - need to book coz they get packed out! Good luck to them! Also - cafe aqua run by the boys from Trio just next door serve great food at a fab price too!

Enjoy!

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7. Re: Cafe Vita

Hello Tucson

I am staying at the Pasha in July. Where are Cafe Vita and Mango relative to the Pasha Apart Hotel please?

Ekie

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8. Re: Cafe Vita

As you come out of Pasha Hotel turn left up the hill towards Kalamar bay for Cafe Vita - about 5 mins walk or turn right towards town and Mango is on the left hand side of the road - about 5 mins in the opposite direction!!

Enjoy!

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Hi Faed,

Thank you very much for your response.

Ekie.

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10. Re: Cafe Vita

Just got back from Kalkan - had a fab meal at Cafe Vita. Very friendly people and nice atmosphere. Can recommend their moussaka. There are many more restaurants along Kalamar Road now - it used to put me off staying at that end of Kalkan because of the long walk into town (and even longer coming back up those hills!), but now we've found Cafe Vita and several others along that road we'll use that area more instead of going into town.

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