We've only ever had lunches here and we come back year after year: the staff are good fun but not pushy, (see earlier review mentioning the star turn, "George Clooney"), and the food is just what we like to eat at lunch.
It's at the edge of the marina and has lovely views, plus you see a bit of the world going by. The pide (spicy Turkish flatbreads with meat, cheese or veg toppings) are freshly made in the bread oven and delicious. One between two with a salad, or one each without salad, is spot-on for lunch. The Mediterranean salad is very good but I found it quite large.
They are very accommodating - when I was dithering one day about what I was going to order they started suggesting various "off-menu" options that they could make up as alternatives. They probably couldn't do this when really busy, but lunchtime is reasonably quiet in the town as it's so hot.
Contrary to what one reviewer said, we didn't find it expensive compared to anywhere else in Kalkan.
The only reason we haven't been here in the evening is that the location, being at the very end of the marina, makes you feel like you are a bit away from the buzz and I'm not sure that the atmosphere would be quite as good as in some other restaurants. We know that the (Turkish) owner of our hotel eats here, (because we've seen him), so that must be a good sign.