There's no menu at this friendly, family-run spot in Behramkale's tiny main square: Just pick from the selection of meze on display (don't miss the crunchy, garlicky greens called deniz borülcesi) and let one of the young waiters tell you what meat dishes are on offer that day, perhaps köfte (meatballs), chicken şiş, or saç kavurma, a sizzling plate of diced lamb and vegetables. The covered terrace looks over the village and down
to the sea while a few seats out front allow diners to watch the comings and goings on the square. Alcohol is served.
Behramkale village square, by çay bahçesi, Behramkale, 17860, Turkey