Any place which looks like a home, must have home cooking and this does.
Food was great,plenty of it and cheap.
The friendly atmosphere just adds to that feeling.
Owner is an old actor.
Have been back every time i visit at least twice.
Favorite Dish: Manti, the Turkish style ravioli.
Tucked away in a side street, right in the centre of the town, makes it more relaxing than some.
Local mezes, fish and Raki.
Unsure why they put Latitude and Longitude coordinates on their business card.
Favorite Dish: Most.
Mediterranean dishes, mainly Turkish.
Shame they cut all the trees down in the small square between the restaurant and the carpenters shop (Marangozhane), which i remember being one but still nice to sit and dine there outside.
Sorry the page is only in Turkish.
This is a coffee house is on the main square and very close the Mosque (old greek monastery). They serve coffee, tea and hubble-buble to their customers seated on seats in front of the coffee-house.
The speciality of this place is the mastic coffee. The arome of mastic is especially felt at the last swallow and it is very nice. They cook the tea and the coffe on the ember. They also make a very delicous milky desert with mastic. The owner of the coffe-house is very talkative and friendly. This small place is decorated very nicely. It is a must to go place at Alacati.
Favorite Dish: Mastic coffee
I had a nice traditional breakfast and it was nice.. The place is owned by a family and all is service is given by a husband and wife.. so is a nice place to discover local tastes even with some raki.
Food , service and hospitality were great.
Cafe has been revamped inside since last year and is a popular place on a Sunday morning.
Used to be an old tobacco and grape wharehouse but now a lovely restaurant.Nice big fire for those cooler end of season evenings.
Kose means corner and it's a nice place to catch the early morning rays whilst reading your paper.Big choice of coffees.
The cafe in the square itself, surrounded by trees to keep those summer rays off you and a nice place to watch the world go by or a game of backgammon.