The Turquoise Coast Restaurants

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  • 1. Ata Kebab

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    A down-to-earth, traditional Turkish restaurant in often tourist-oriented Kalkan, Ata is (as the name suggests) known for its tender, flavorful kebabs, which come in medium-...Read More

  • 2. Buse Gözleme Evi

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    A hospitable spot for a quick bite on your way to or from the beach and ruins, this simple, open-air eatery offers a wide range...Read More

  • 3. Chill House Lounge

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    "Chill" is the perfect word to describe this relaxed spot. Popular with locals, its tables are mostly set out in the prime open area, toward...Read More

  • 4. Datça Sofrası

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    This is an ideal lunch spot, with a terrace shaded by bougainvillea and grapevines and traditional Turkish meats prepared using a brass-hooded charcoal brazier. The...Read More

  • 5. Dikkat Et

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    Serving up tasty home-cooking in a contemporary setting, this friendly, good-value option near Hadrian's Gate has a small menu focused on meatballs and other grills,...Read More

  • 6. Duble Meze Evi

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    A homey little spot offering home-style fare, this is a good place to have a satisfying and inexpensive meal before or after embarking on excursions...Read More

  • 7. Ferah Künefe

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    No trip to Antakya is complete without eating künefe, a rich dessert with thinly soft cheese in between layers of pastry, baked in an oven...Read More

  • 8. Humusçu İbrahim Usta

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    Little-consumed most other places in Turkey, hummus is a mainstay of the Antakya diet, and the old town is full of tiny, no-frills shops serving...Read More

  • 9. Izela

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    Part of the Gunay's Garden villa complex, this tranquil spot in the far corner of Kaya village blends the best of Turkish and European cuisine,...Read More

  • 10. Kervan Humus

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    In business since 1950, Kervan draws hummus lovers from as far away as Mersin city center to eat its house specialty, served warm with a...Read More

  • 11. Kirtil Cafe

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    This homey lokanta is a good-value place to grab a quick bite after visiting the nearby castle. Choose from the daily array of traditional Turkish...Read More

  • 12. Kumsal Pide

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    An Ölüdeniz institution, this casual restaurant set just back from the seafront at the eastern edge of town serves up hearty fare at reasonable prices....Read More

  • 13. Meğri Lokanta

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    This excellent, straightforward Turkish restaurant is on the western edge of the bazaar and favored by locals for its kebabs, pide (Turkish pizza), and traditional...Read More

  • 14. Nur Pastaneleri

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    After paying your respects to St. Nick, retire to this bakery-café, the local branch of a popular Turkish chain, to enjoy arctic air-conditioning and a...Read More

  • 15. Paul's Place

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    A homey, peaceful retreat on the southern edge of the old city serves great coffee, fruit smoothies, homemade American cakes, and home-cooked lunches that include...Read More

  • 16. Tarihi Balık Pazarı Unlu Mamülleri (The Fırın)

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    Every Turkish village has a fırın: a tasty, unpretentious bakery that churns out a daily bounty of smooth puddings, flaky pastries, fresh bread, and sweets....Read More

  • 17. Zekeriya Sofrası

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    This casual lokanta in the center of town is a reliable place to get satisfying home-cooked food at reasonable prices. Choose from the array of...Read More

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