We had eggplant appetizer, fried calimari and sea bream as the main course. We had no alcohol but it is available. The ill was 95 TL.
The food is good but other places have equally good and better sea food. The location is on a decrepit street with nothing to recommend it. Getting to the restaurant involves going through a narrow tunnel with aggressive taxi drivers pushing through. At night this passage could be deadly. The service was OK but rushed. Three waiters kept coming by and seemed in a hurry for us to leave. As soon as we finished, they brought the bill and then hovered until we paid. Not a good feeling and very untypical of Turkey.
The restaurant is supposedly nonsmoking but there was a continual stream of cigarette smoke from somewhere. This is an "in" place with Lonely Planet but in the real world, it is just a run down place with good, but not great food.
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