The scenery is good but the food is mediocre and it is really pricey. One can try it for one time but not again. It is not worthy of what you spend.
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Located in the woods deep in the valley surrounded by a complex man made fresh water falls & pools. Supplied by water springs. A breathtaking atmosphere where the cold water cools down the environment tremendously. Great and humble service. Turkish cuisine. Freshly locally baked bread...More
The layout is great with the waterfalls all around the seating area. We had trout with all the bread and bringal dips trimmings. A good stop on the road. Not for people who can't climb up and down steps.
We went to this place with my wife. Looking at the location and design of the place, we thought we may eat something good. Place is over am river and you can hear the water-falling voice. However food was terrible, it was served cold and...More
It was really disappointing. Even the cheese was not fresh. Every food was really cooked in a very bad butter. fish was not fresh, the mixed grills that my husband ordered was also smelly. The shrimp was like plastic. And for all of these bad...More
This is trout farm restaurant surrounded by waterfalls. The waterfalls and shade of the trees create a nice cooler climate in hot weather. The fish is always fresh from the water and it was tasty. If you have a car it is very easy to...More
We didn't intend to go to this touristy-looking trout farm in Ulupinar - we were actually looking for another restaurant with a similar name - but were so glad we did. We settled into a comfy cushioned köşk overlooking the valley (though many seats overlooked...More
Visited one evening in June. Food was pleasant enough, though there are better restaurants in Ulupinar. Like most restaurants in the area the tables plunge down the valley from the road, surrounded by woodland and water.