Decided to treat ourselves after a savage wind came through the harbour and kept us up all night.
Headed up the hill to Culinarium and were very impressed. The Turkish ravioli with porcini were excellent (closest thing to truffles I can remember) and my wife had the stuffed zucchini flowers. Main courses were chicken breast, again with mushrooms, and my wife had the sea bass.
Both were cooked perfectly, moist inside, crunchy outside. Couscous with a slight chili tang was a great accompaniment on my plate.
Service was prompt and efficient. Nice view back over our boat.
Immediately recommended it to the long-term cruisers in our winter marina for when they are up this way.
Price was surprisingly low, although we didn't have any alcohol which boosts any meal price in Turkey.
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