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“Non pretentious food”
Review of Dibek

Dibek
Ranked #24 of 121 Restaurants in Goreme
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$6 - US$23
Cuisines: Turkish
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Good for: Romantic, Groups, Local cuisine, Child-friendly
Dining options: After-hours, Dinner, Reservations
Reviewed 6 July 2014 via mobile

One can't avoid touristic restaurants when we are in the most touristic place. But dibek is a good turkish restaurant serving good home made turkish cuisine. Not the usual kebab and Döner stuff. Beautiful ambiance, attentive staff, good food. We enjoyed our dinner, laughing alot with our next table. The food is not pretentious.

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Thank VeronicaOng
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Reviewed 3 July 2014

Highly recommend to all visitors to eat at Dibek. the service and food was excellent. If you want to eat regions under ground clay pot roast you must order it 4 hours prior as it takes that long to cook. Local wine served was yummy.

1  Thank NalanEmeli
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Reviewed 30 June 2014

We ate here on a recommendation from the hotel staff. It has a really nice friendly atmosphere and if you make a reservation, you can have a meal cooked in a clay pot in a tandir. The food was fairly simple "home-style" food but is was really delicious. I highly recommend it.

1  Thank VolcanoDiver
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Reviewed 21 June 2014

Very touristy, with high prices. Their famous "pot" casserole meal that must be ordered in advance...is nothing out of the ordinary. I got the chicken, and it tasted like a basic and unmemorable pepper/chicken dish in a crockpot.

1  Thank sfcitygirl
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Reviewed 19 June 2014 via mobile

We dropped in the night before we actually ate (tonight, as it happens) and asked for a table.

Long faces and much uninterest ensued.

This comes in the town where every other restaurant has touts outside, waving menus eagerly at passersbys.

So we came the next night. Tonight. Had to place an order for the house special -- casserole cooked in clay pots. We were told to come at either 7 or 8.30 pm. No other time was convenient.

So we turned up at 7.

Nice enough ambience although Vivaldi's a Four Seasons melted into Sufi chanting and back again.

A handful if dishes on the menu. Beans. Salad. Chillis. Meatballs. Clay pot casserole.

We finished the meal half an hour hour ago and I can't really remember any of it. Totally bland and not worth the hype.

All I can tell you was at school there was a girl who was totally unavailable and for that reason she was so in demand. It reminded me of Chez Dibek.

I say: give it a miss.




2  Thank dogeatdog999
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