This was a Lovely little restaurant overlooking the castle of St Peter, the only prob is i just can't remember the damn name of it, i know it was on the left about 50 yards past Mc donalds which was on the right, they had a huge display of fresh fish outside the restaurant, and you had to go through an impressive hall which led out outside to a decking area which had great views of the sea and the castle, i hope you can find it ? oh if you look for a giant plastic fish which is outside the restaurant then this is the place
Favorite Dish: I have found in Turkey especially the tourist towns and citys that its getting harder and harder to find a restaurant that sells traditional Turkish mezes (cold mixed plates) thats why i was happy when we found this restaurant, they came round the table with a lovely display of mezes to which you picked out the ones you would like to try, this was delicious. I also had sea bream which was perfectly cooked. I will add one moan though, why oh why do the Turkish think that everything has to be served with chips or rice hehehehehehehe, whats up with fresh veg, you can't seem to get it anywhere
Gumusluk bay...tavsan island..
u must go and eat a fish there..
but so many people,even pulling u to their rests, yelling..
Buttt, Gmuscafe rest, is there at the end, so lonely
so sweet,so.......go & see.
Favorite Dish: all meze's, and fish that seasons is ok
just ask Botan, what to eat.
And tell my hello to him.
i think in old days, there was an oven
so rest. is also known as "the Oven"
A sunken city and harbour from ancient times, coupled with a fishing village, interesting walk across the sunken city wall to Rabbit island provides a superb back drop for the restaurants that line the harbour. A true delight is watching the sun slowly sinking into the Aegean sea on a warm summers evening. And then what shall we eat in Gumusluk, hummm, let's go to Nazmi's and have great seafood...
Favorite Dish: Grilled Fish.......... and Roka salad... a big porsion...
Go and taste your self..
se- ivgen--that is evgenia) is my friend from high school.she left istanbul and now living in bodrum with her love, Burak.
after 15 years later, we see each other
so a great night
Favorite Dish: all meze's...
We chose this restaurant because while I was looking in the window at the refrigerated fish the manager came out and told me the names of the varieties of fish served. He did not pressure us to come in unlike most but we did anyway and reserved a table. The service was superb and very high standard. The restaurant was clean and the waiters very polite. The food was brilliantly served at our table and was delicious. They had a sense of humour and when we were a bit late for our reservation due to having been on a trip, they jokingly threayened to charge us 5 euros for being late. The views from the deck over the water were superb, a great place to watch the boats and the sunset.
Favorite Dish: Seabass - very fresh and chosen by us. The mezze offered first were also very fresh, hygenically packed and there was an interesting variety.
We found Ortakent Yahsi, Bodrum by our waiter in our hotel is said it was the best place on the peninsula and true to his word it was. Ortakent Yahsi next to Camel beach is a lovely quiet resort unspoil like other part of the bodrum peninsula. We visited there during the day and swam and relaxed we found a fabulous restaurant called Viras. Clean, friendly staff and fabulous food.
In the evenings it turns into a warm, atmospheric lovely dining experience. A nice place to dine with fine wines, great cuisine and relaxing music. This is a place for everybody.
Favorite Dish: My wife liked the Grilled Filleted Seabass prepared freshly and cooked on a charcoal grill and I fell in love with the Fillet of Beef with stilton sauce. The steak was so tender definitely the best i have ever had. We liked it so much that we visited this restaurant a few times during our holiday and we also highly recommend the Cokertme Kebab for a true Turkish experience. If you holiday anywhere on the Bodrum Peninsula this is one place you mustn't miss out on. Trust your insticts and go and visit this remarkeable place.
This is the place named Gumusluk,history,nature,and beatiful seafood meeting eachother there,and there is a lot of restaurant,but one of them is really amazing.I use to make some tours to do this restaurant in past years,they serve amazing,they are delicious,they are clean and prices are really reasonable,but i give you a advice go to dinner in summer like 19:00 o'clock , then you ll have beatiful sunset too...
Ask for chief waiter ALI.And say hi from me.
Favorite Dish: Actually,you ve to ask for fish LEVREK and also the starters , which we call MEZELER....And as a drink for sure RAKI..And dont miss the sea salad..
Situated next to the Beach Restaurant, this restaurant serves excellent food with chefs that have worked at five star hotels in Istanbul. Gusta serves a wide range of food that will delight your taste buds although it has a price to match but well worth the extra money. This site has more details; gumusluk http://gumusluk.info
Favorite Dish: All the food is good here! Loved it
Opposite the Marina and the up-market shopping centre are Sunger Pizza and Marina Koftecisi to mention just a few.
The Pizza restaurant is worth calling at early in the evening, as it gets busy later and is very popular with the Yachties. Set on three floors, the top which is up on the roof is cool and has views. The ground floor is full of Bohemian Society of all ages, gets crowded and spills out onto the forecourt. Much advice and sailing talk goes on here, and the prices can be very good depending how much you can eat.
By the way the Yacht Pictures on the wall are from Beken.co.uk ,based at Cowes Isle Of Wight in Great Britain.
The restaurant next door serves good value Turkish food and salads.
Favorite Dish: Large mouth watering Pizzas which you can share.
Don hesitate to be adventurous, rent a car and explore dining options in on of small fishing villages/ towns just outside Bodrum. One of the towns, I recommend, is Yalikavak (about 30 mins driving time)
As you approach Yalikavak, over the spine of the hill, where you find a row of windmills, there is a breathtaking view of the whole area including the bays of Tilkicik, Pasa and Agacbasi - and the lower deep green bay of Yalikavak itself. The name Yalikavak means poplars by the sea but the abundance of trees are actually not poplars, but plane trees. However, the do attest to the fact Yalikavak does have a very good supply of fresh water, hence the greeness.
The Deniz Restaurant is right on the water, fresh seafood, fresh air, fantastic view, adventurous spirit... what else can you wish? ..
Favorite Dish: you will see ...
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