I was trying to find restaurants in Cappadocia that accepted credit cards since my time in Turkey was short and I didn't want to exchange money. I ended up coming here, and they did accept credit cards. The menu was a good size with very reasonable prices. I ended up ordering lentil soup (7 TL) that came with bread, chicken chops (20 TL) that included fries, salad, and rice, and a sausage and cheese gozleme (8 TL) that included a salad. From what I was told tbe chicken chops was bigger than the grilled chicken. The soup was pretty good, and the chicken was bland yet tender and juicy, which I enjoyed because I don't like super salty foods. And it was dark meat too, which made it all tje more tastier. I really liked the rice that came with it because it was soaked in the chicken juice, but the fries were a too oily and soggy. The gozleme was almost like a savory crepe. It was a good amount of food for around $10 USD. I was definitely full by the end of my meal. The service was spectacular. I was assisted by the owner and one of his older sons. His little boy was so cute and had ice cream all over his mouth. This is a great value restaurant if you want some bang for your buck with exceptional service.
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