This place is very sweet for a nice lunch , very nice serving staff and lovely home made bread and kebabs. Couldn't fault this great value
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We ordered sandwiches to take away and they were all bad at the very best. Mine, a kind of chicken shawarma, was just terrible. A huge piece of dried bread, with a few slices of lettuce and onions and very little pieces of dry chicken....More
We stopped here after 4 hours of hiking in the Red/Rose valleys - so were quite hungry. The place is simply furnished but cosy with kilims on the walls and tapestry table coverings. The service was efficient and polite. We had chicken kebabs (15 TL...More
Nice restaurant with very good food at a very reasonable price. Restaurant staff is very cordial and polite and very helpful.
Excellent food at a good price! Certainly something to go try the Pot Kebap. And quantity enough for two average adults.
we went to the restaurant because it looks authentic and cozy. the food looked good, but the beef kebap was a bit too tough. the price was quite reasonable for the area
After a 5 hour hike to and from the Goreme open air museum, we were looking for a good place to have lunch. We chanced upon this slightly lack lustre looking, obviously home run restaurant near the "Fountain". Our previous experience of snooty, pretentious and...More
The food is on less salty side, which I prefer, and has simple, good food. Unexpectedly from the name, they have great sach tava (meat dish on a large iron saucer) and pottery stew (cooked in a pottery jar that you break before you eat)....More
I had the chicken döner kebab and it really hit the spot. Was fresh and quick eat on the way to hiking around the valley. Service over lunch was a bit slow but food was worth the wait
Well, actually i live in Goreme, so i get opportunity to go to this small restaurant all the time! It isn't expensive place even for us (local people), maybe the cheapest restaurant of the Goreme (I eat a chicken kebap+ drink Ayran and pay only...More