Great athmosphere & staff, guys' dance show
It was definitely the best place we visited. Below I describe how the waiters can make a show out of everything, sometimes throwing burning bottles and making food outside in front of people.
That time the waiters (all males) were dressed in similar clothes which was nice. Nice orange shirts towards a tanned brown skin and dark hair looked nice. They were amazing: they might run to welcome you, escort to a table. If you come another day, they may ask the time and reserve a table...you will be surprised! It's not just for that there might be too many people, but in our case they had created an enormously romantic table with roses, rose leaves put everywhere, napkin art, colours, candles - even if it was just another evening. No honeymoon, no wedding or other anniversaries.
I found it very funny, amusing and nice when the guys suddenly started some dance together, standing in a line, holding each other, and those on the ends had a scarf which they moved around. It was Turkish -but not traditional- music that took me immediately: it was Tarkan, one of Turkey's most popular and sold pop singer. I bought his CD afterwards. We ate there so many times that I don't remember...perhaps the steak! They made it on open fire outside, so that everybody could see that. They didn't save ingredients and alcohol when making the portion tasty.
Irish Coffees where bigger than in my country; made from a good Whiskey (Jameson, the Irish one). We saw the bottle as they made also the Irish coffees outside, making a performance out of it pouring liquids from a glass to another or from a bottle to a glass.
If you still want to sit in this nice place after dinner, try their specialty dessert drink: a watermelon first made empty and now filled with a mixture of alcohol. It is drunk with a straw together with your partner or friend. Or why not alone, too.