Fodor's Expert Review Hoca'nın Yeri
The specialty of the house at this simple eatery on the boardwalk in Türkbükü is large, rather greasy portions of çiğ böreği, a Crimean dish brought to Turkey that consists of flat, fried pastry stuffed with ground beef, onion, and spices. One of the few unpretentious (and relatively inexpensive) places left on the Türkbükü shoreline, this place has a beach-hut vibe and a family clientele. Come in the morning for a Turkish breakfast by the restaurant's own little patch of beach, or any time for mantı (tiny Turkish "ravioli," stuffed with minced meat—get them fried or baked) or gözleme (Turkish savory crepes with various fillings).
Liman Cad. 78
Göltürkbükü, Mugla 48400, Turkey