This addition to the cluster of restaurants near the Lycian tomb has earned a reputation for the quality of its food. Run by a German-Turkish couple, it offers a mix of Turkish and Mediterranean dishes. Warm starters— such as the delicious paçanga börek (a pastry filled with cheese and dried meat) or emücver (deep-fried eggplant)—are a house specialty; all are cooked fresh rather than reheated as at most other restaurants. For main courses there's
the usual range of fish, köfte, lamb, chicken, and steak; and the tempting dessert menu includes their popular apple pancakes.
Süleyman Sandıkçı Sok. 6, Kaş, Turkey