We ate here twice during our visit in July.
Breakfast and dinner.
Breakfast was the nicer of the two meals. Bacon omelettes, Turkish breakfast, fruit and yoghurt.
For dinner, we opted to share a lamb pot, which looked amazing coming out the kitchen and being opened at our table, however it was somewhat lacking in flavour.
Omar is a very pleasant guy, and someone we will remember from his pavement patter to his frantic table to table serving.
The waiting staff were very pleasant and their sharing of Turkish language tips set us up for the rest of the holiday.
The fire show was more blowing big gulps of meths at a burning candle, a little weird and unnecessary.
Nice enough, but we wouldn't rush back.
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