The restaurant was quite full and we hadn't booked, but a waiter soon found us a table at the back (which was next to the hotel reception desk, and at times a man carried huge bales of laundry right over my partner's head - but that just added to the local colour). Fresh focaccia-type bread and black olive tapenade arrived very quickly and set the tone for a delicious, high-quality meal. We were staying in the Hotel Ada nearby, and had asked the proprietor to recommend a restaurant where we could get good Turkish vegetarian food and wine; he sent us here, and it was a great recommendation. The muhammara (roasted red pepper dip) was particularly delicious, and everything else we tried was very good too. We chose Yakut red wine and that was excellent. The staff were very friendly and very helpful; a plate of hummus arrived that we hadn't ordered, and the waiter was perfectly happy to take it away again. He also very kindly told us the ingredients in the muhammara - we are planning to try making that at home! The price was very reasonable too. If we'd had more time in the city, we would definitely have eaten here again.
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