Set on the ground floor a beautiful century-old villa just behind castle hill, the city's only Turkish restaurant is just a few minutes' walk from the old town, yet is still something of an undiscovered gem for most residents and tourists alike. Decorated in traditional Turkish style, with low tables and cushy seating, carpets on the walls and Ataturk above the door, as impressive as it all looks, the food still manages to exceed expectations. An already lengthy menu is supplemented with regional specialities on a regular basis, and complimented with a surprisingly good selection of Turkish wines. At the weekends diners are treated to bellydancing shows, and a resident fortune-teller is often on hand to read what your coffee grounds tell about your future. It's always a good idea to book ahead.
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