The Adatepe Olive Oil Museum (Adatepe Zeytinyagi Muzesi) is a neat museum housed in an old brick olive-oil plant. It showcases the history of olive oil, local production, and methods, with displays of equipment old and new. It is free, as well, and one can buy the local Adatepe-brand olive oil, wonderful olive oil soap in a variety of scents but which is not overly scented (a common problem with many soaps), as well as other products. The soaps include ones with bay leaves or lavendar, and they are all-natural.
The Konya Pide Salonu serves "Turkish Pizza" - pide and lahmacun. It is a fairly simple place that seems primarily to cater to local workers, etc. It thus lacks any negative touristy traits. However, as is common with Turkish restaurants that I have seen, it is spotlessly clean.
The people are also extremely friendly and helpful. It has the traditional wood-fired pizza oven. The pide here is outstanding, some of the best we ate, and the food was cheap. The salad was not only free but was wonderful, fresh, and crisp (although good, fresh salads are, admittedly, exceedingly common in Turkey).
Favorite Dish: Karisik pide - mixed pide with meat, cheese, scrambled egg, etc., on top. It is outstanding. The lahmacun is also great.