This place is a bit of an institution on the island. Its in 2 parts - a patisserie and a restaurant. I've never tried the restaurant side. I'm assured that the patisserie section has been around a long time.
The patisserie is great for a croissant or simit with tea or coffee - for breakfast or in the afternoon. Its also a yummee place to head for after dinner, for desert etc.
You can sit inside or out. Good spot for people watching...
Favorite Dish: Croissants!
Very pleasant place a little bit away from the seafront.
You can eat outside or in - last time we ate inside as it was windy.
Serves fish and meat dishes.
I've been twice, and enjoyed both times.
Its popular - lots of reserved signs on tables - so go early!
Last time the 4 of us ate for 100ytl. That included meze for 4 (lambs brains was one, but we chose something else), main courses (one was fish), a small bottle of raki and complimentary water melon at the end.
Favorite Dish: Probably the kofte...
First up, its not Kınalıada at all. Its on next door island Burgazada, 15 minutes away on ferry.
Next, its part of a hotel which (amongst others) exists to provide subsidised holidays for the country's teachers. They also get 20% discount on food.
Then, its a lovely place, a great setting (under trees in front of hotel, with Sea of Marmara on the other side of the road).
After that, the food was brilliant.
Lastly, it was dirt cheap - 100ytl for 6, including 4 beers and a raki, but after teacher discount. Thats £40, €66 or US$80. A steal however you do the math.
Favorite Dish: We had about 8 meze among 6 people. The haydari was best, but all were top rate. I had a mixed grill - excellent. My best buddy had grilled fish (not sure of the English name) and it was sublime.
Seating outside under the trees, in a small square shared with 3 or 4 other places. Typical Turkish style menu. Quick friendly service.
Favorite Dish: Rocket salad. Delicious. I also had kofte, which were very good as well. The Fanta was, well, Fanta...