Four of us went - a young couple and two others who met on a tour during the day. The man from the young couple asked the waiter if they could put on Turkish music, and light the fire that was all set-up in the fireplace. He did so immediately, and we had a very convivial evening. My companions chose the set meal, casseroles in clay pots (testi kebap) that were broken when serving. They were very pleased with their vhoice. I had a big lunch, so chose to have what I thought would be smaller - chicken fajitas. There was so much, I had to take some home. They sell full bottles of local wine but we took a 330ml bottle of red for two of us, and it was wonderful. I think the wines could be promoted more, they really are wonderful. It was an atmospheric evening that will be a lasting memory.
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