Ok restaurant, no alcohol served, but nice and price-worthy food. Adana was spicier than in "touristic area" of the city.
Wonderful tasty food. The price is in the middle range. Insist on getting the bill and read it carefully as some would be higher than on the bill. Overall the food is worth a shot.
I went there last month with group tour. I ate chicken kebab. I like it, because it tastes like chicken satay. This restaurant is 3 storey building but they has an elevator. Too bad the toilet wasn't clean, full of garbage.
We had a late lunch here as it was recommended by the place we were staying. The menu offered a standard spread of Turkish dishes, including things like pides if you were looking for something cheap and fast. The surroundings of the restaurant were pleasant (better than a canteen as another reviewer described it) though service wasn't especially friendly or... More
When you take a free city tour from Turkish Airlines you get to visit this place for free lunch and breakfast. Food is average and service is so so. The restaurant is a three storeyed building with only one toilet at each floor which becomes crowded for a bus tour visiting this place. The place has a free internet connection... More
If you're looking for a culinary experience that is dead simple, very informal but still delicious, this is a good place to go. There is zero ambiance, but it's wonderful for a quick meal.
We visited twice this time round. the first time the rooftop waiter lacked any charm whatsoever, the second time we had a lovely guy serve us. Also the first time as we were leaving a tour group was arriving so take care and arrive early or service may be an issue. There is no alcohol served but the meals are... More
If you can live without your wine or cocktail, go. We had dinner as a group of five, sharing everything, and all agreed everything was very good. Nice people, good service, reasonable price and not a bad view from the rooftop dining area.
The terrace at the top of the building has a good view of the Blue Mosque. There are umbrellas providing shade which is necessary in the summer. If you like spicy food, the Adana Kebap is excellent. Be aware, at least this happened in our case, that a service charge is added to the bill. We thought the food, but... More
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