Been to Fevzi's a few times now, in all seasons too... from mid-winter where we had to phone the number on the door, and he came and opened up and cooked us a personal meal, to off-season and now again in almost mid summer.
This most recent visit was pretty busy, but the food was still as excellent, and with a 3 staff on hand, everything worked like clockwork... but in a relaxed Fevzi sort of way. One new waiter was a chap called Antonio, an Italian living in Turkey, with a Turkish wife and family (like me). He spoke fluent Turkish, Italian of course, and pretty good English. A real character who complimented the charm of off beat Fevzi's.
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