Down a discreet, historic alley, this restaurant is an authentic and affordable new star on the Bodrum seafood scene, and its white, candlelit tables quickly fill with hungry locals. Accompany a heaping plate of fried local calamari (probably the most generous in town) with an inexpensive tasting plate of up to four vegetable mezes with toasted bread, and, if you're still hungry, order grilled fish and rakı. Its sister establishment, a wine bar called Modrum, is
a few steps down the street; the waterfront is a two-minute stroll in the opposite direction.
Çarşı Mh., Sanat Okulu Cad. 9, Bodrum, 48400, Turkey