Fodor's Expert Review Old Greek House
In the sleepy village of Mustafapaşa, about 5 km (3 miles) from Ürgüp, the charming Old Greek House serves delicious home-cooked specialties, including mezes, meat dishes such as karnıyarık (eggplant stuffed with tomatoes and ground meat), and homemade baklava. Portions are generous, and the set menus are a genuine feast. Seating is on cushions on the floor around low, round tables or at regular-height ones in the atmospheric, vine-covered central courtyard. The 250-year-old building—still with original frescoes on the stone walls and original paint on the wooden ceilings—doubles as a simple but comfortable inn.
Davutlu Mah. 12
Ürgüp, Nevsehir 50420, Turkey