Mecan restaurant at the Marina of Kas is one of the best Fish restaurant that you can try in Turkey..
With its rich menus, moderate prices and wonderful service Mercan restaurant deserves a must try..
When you enter the restaurant you will see a man standing in the entrance with its pure white clothes and his white hat.. He is not a waiter.. He is the owner of the Restaurant.. He always welcomes everysingle guest in the entrance and gives a warm welcome.. You can also see him cooking or selecting fish for his quests..
Everytime we went to Kas we visit this restaurant.. Sometimes when we have fish (Through scuba diving).. we still came here and ask them to cook for us..
Favorite Dish: Mediterrenean fish with the special salad and Beer... You deserve this break..
Summer seasons favourite is Akya fish and grilled akya is an excellent try.. If you have a better budget try Sinarit.. and Soup...
For me this is the best restaurant in Kas. İt has everything you would want from a restaurant. The food is superb, the staff absolutely brilliant and it has the best view of Kas from it,s terrace.
The owners are an English lady and her Turkish husband.
Favorite Dish: All of the food that I had was great but my favourite was the Balık Buglama which is a traditional fish dish. The fish is cooked together with the veggies and the "juices" that it creates are served as a soup. The fish is then filleted for you. Mmmmm
I also loved the vegetarian Cashew Paella.
The Sultan Garden delivers everything you want , the setting by the harbor , the archeological interest in the ancient water feature that is situated in the grounds, the warm friendly service, but the best thing of course is the food . From the fantastic traditional Turkish meze starters, great vegetarian dishes, succulent steaks and plenty more . We have been visiting Kas for a number of years now a fabulous place with lovely people , we have seen the Sultan Garden grow and flourish and a restaurant only does that with consistent high standards and a warm and friendly welcome. If you are visiting Kas you must put the Sultan Garden top of your list to visit.
Favorite Dish: a fabulous place,good food ( lamb shank so testy)
Ches ivy inn a french restaurant, operated by a french lady who is living in Kas. This old building has been renovated and now serving as a restaurant where you can have french food. Although the restaurant seems as a standart one, the dishes are delicious. One good thing is after you have your diner, you can rest at the sofas.
Favorite Dish: Favourite Dish: Gigot Dagneau.. (A big part of lamb)
Bahce means garden in Turkish and Balik means fish. Bahce Balýk offers a great variety of seafood for visitors. The ambience is charming, white tables, chairs, tableclothes, basket lamps... Also smell of beautiful jasmin flowers make ur day/night unforgattable there.
Friendly service is fantastic in a word...
Favorite Dish: My favourites:
2-Fish balls( they invented a great taste: kind a meat ball but made of fish)
3- Shrimp salad
4- octopus salad
5- fish(whatever you try, sure you 'll like it)
I think the story of how we heard about Deli Kofte reveals its culinary importance to civilization. We were in a Hotel thousands of miles away from Kas (where Deli Kofte is), and a group of travellers were gathered around a table playing "if I could be anywhere in the world where would I be." Two travellers nominated Kas, for the sole reason that they would be able to eat at Delhi Kofte.
After hearing this story we added Kas and Deli Kofte to our itinerary, with the expectation that we would have a meal there, well you can guess what happened, we stayed for three nights and every dinner was at Delhi Kofte, and now as I type this I am coating my keyboard in dribble.
As for the menu itself there are two options: Kofte or Fish. We can only speak for the Kofte and we cannot speak highly enough of it. Lets just say we like everything just the way it is, so we are very reluctant to put this advice on the net, as we fear that it might change the cute small venue or at least the very small price (only 7.50 - about USD 5).
The restaurant is only 3 months old, and is tiny, it is the dream of a young husband and wife team.
Favorite Dish: The Kofte here is our absolute pick out of all of Turkey. Which is saying something as we have been touring Turkey for 2 months and have had a few koftes, none of which drove us to post-consumption dribble.
Recommended by Jo and Trish from the Lemon Tree cafe/bar, this was a really enjoyable meal.
We even got to see a sea turtle as we ate and they said they have seen dolphins whilst there.
Food was very good.
In the daytime, it is a beach club.
Favorite Dish: Anything seafood is excellent.
I had the seafood risotto and it was perfect.
The Sultan Garden Restaurant is situated overlooking the harbour. It was fairly quiet the evening that we ate there, but the food and service were good.
I knowthis restaurant many years. Long time agoit was placed at the main street to the sarkopharg at the richt side. But this place was a little bit to small for all the guests who go every year to him. So, Smiley changed the place and is now at the old mosque the last house at the harbour.
Every time fresh fisch and self made wonderful bread. And the "boss", you have to lean hin to know . . . .
You can have your meal also in a more than 2000 years old cistern under the building . .
Favorite Dish: Fish
Currently the IN place to be so get there early or reserve a table. All the locals use it and recommend it, so that says it all.
Favorite Dish: I had the sea bass which was perfect, my wife couldn't finish her sea bream.
Can't say much about the choice of name but the food was lovely. Not many tables so get there early or reserve. Unsure about the choice of a large Duck outside, which obviously someone had worn.
2 Person menu was only 39 Ytl.
Favorite Dish: We had a mixture of dishes and all were good.
Naturel serves local Turkish dishes such as Manti and Cigborek. These are definitely my personal favourite dishes at this restaurant.
Also another favourite place that i've visited is Cafe Blue which overlooks Bay of Kas. It is another must visit restaurant in Kas. Majority of the dishes are based around Turkish homemade cooking and local fishes.
As you walk into town from the western side of town, just as you start to go down the hill, that lovely smell of frying bacon hits you. One of the few, if not only place serving it in an English breakfast or BLT.
Jo and Trish are always ready for a chat and if it's information you want, then they are a great source. Plus all the other local Expats drop in to the only wholly owned and run English cafe/bar.
Drinks from coffee, to milkshakes, to beer and food from breakfasts to sandwiches to burgers and chips.
Great view out over the harbour and because of it's position, it gets what little breeze there is at times.
English books available if you've forgotten to bring your own.
Sign outside says Kas restaurant but ignore it.
Quiz night every Thursday at 8pm and a set menu for 15Ytl.
Favorite Dish: BLT was heaven.
The Bahçe Restaurant is a pleasant and popular family run courtyard restaurant serving good food with good service.
We had a tortoise sleeping alongside us when we ate there as you can see from the picture of it.
After a day spent sailing the crystal-clear seas around Kas, my new friends and I needed to eat dinner. One girl used her local connections to get a recommendation, and this led us to Bi Lokma. The restaurant's name translates to Mama's Kitchen, and what you'll find inside is authentic, homestyle Turkish cooking, just like mama would make. The restaurant was absolutely packed but service was still polite. My friends and I shared a few mixed meze, including vegetable "fritters", yogurt-pursulane dip and carrot salad (the latter was probably the best single meze I ate in Turkey). I followed it up with some manti- also known as Turkish ravioli. These are dense, rich balls of pasta topped with a tart yogurt sauce. As you can see from the photo it's a big serving and it would have been perfect to share. We washed down all our food with some good white wine... and then headed into town for more! I would highly recommend a meal at Bi Lokma while you're in Kas.