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If you went to Fethiye and did not - at least once - dine in at the fish market, then you've never had a great dining experience. This place is a must when you're in Fethiye.
On my first night I immeditely head to the fish market for dinner. It's a 15-minute walk from Fethiye Guesthouse where I was staying, right at Carsi Caddesi at the town centre.
There's a square shops in the center where you choose your fish or seafood from several vendors. The fish are fresh catch and they're not expensive. Choose your fish, you pay it by the kilo and the fish vendor will hand it over to the restaurant of your choice lining around the 4 edges of the square fish market. You pay the fish and choose your restaurant, sit there and wait for it to be cooked. You can also order mezzes, dips, pita bread, wine or drinks at the restaurant.
I chose the sea bass, it was cooked deliously, I think I paid TL20+ for the mezzes and drinks at the restaurant plus the TL10 fish, it's not really that expensive.
There are also several fruit and vegetable shops around.
Favorite Dish: fish and other seafood.
Updated May 29, 2012
Address: The Fish Market, Carsi Caddesi, Fethiye, Turkey
GO TO YACHT BOUTIQUE HOTEL TAKE THE LIFT PRESS TO THE 4TH FLOOR AND THERE IT IS.YACHT ROOF RESTAURANT.AMAZING VIEW,VERY FRIENDLY STAFF AND EXCELLENT FOOD.YOU WILL SEE WHAT I MENT...
Favorite Dish: LAMB SCHANK...SIMPLY THE BEST...
Written Dec 3, 2011
Address: YACHT BOUTIQUE HOTEL
A short walk in the city center from the harbour towards the big bus station you will find the fish market. (Ask to locals where is "Balik Pazari" ) We chose our fish at the market and watched them to clean for us and paid. This fish market is surrounded with many restaurants You take your fish and tell them to cook for you. All the restaurants offering a fix price to cook the fish for you. Approx. 6 TL per person, includes salad and bread and sauce for the fish. You just pay extra for your drink.
Favorite Dish: We chose "Kefal" fish it was from the sea (not river fish). cost 20 TL for 2 big sized fish, very good , we asked restaurant to cook for us grilled style (Izgara)
Updated Nov 13, 2011
This family run delightful restaurant is located in Fethiye centre up steps overlooking the Duck Pond bar and local shops.A warm friendly place with very friendly staff who couldent do enough for us and kept us quite entertained.The food is fabulous and not at all expensive for the area.If you sit on the balcony you can get a great view of the busy street below,one of my favorite Fethiye spots.
Favorite Dish: Lamb Shikh Kebab with rice,salad and chips,very good indeed.
Written Oct 5, 2011
This little cafe style stop off is one of many to be found in the Fethiye Market.Under cover from the sun its the best place to sit down and grab a drink and catch your breath away from the hustle and bustle of the busy market.You can eat such local delights such as kebebs,pancakes and cheese rolls or just have a drink.Its very cheap and a couple of drinks can be purchased for just a few Lira.
Favorite Dish: I had come accustomed to Apple tea on my stay in Turkey and find a nice hot cup a thirst quencher on a hot day.
Written Oct 4, 2011
A more traditional Turkish restaurant is the Megri in the centre of Fethiye just round the corner from the Duck Pond bar.A nice place with simple decor and friendly staff.Good choice of food with lots of Turkish dishes on the menu.Eat inside or out,we choose to eat outside as it was evening and a lot cooler.Prices are reasonable and you get plenty for your money.
Favorite Dish: I had spicy Turkish Meatballs on a scewer with rice,chips and salad and my partner had spaghetti bolognase,both meals were delicious and very filling.Good value for money.
Written Oct 4, 2011
Address: Next door to the Duck Pond,Fethiye
After extensive travelling around Europe over the years and especially Turkey we always craved a decent Indian meal by thetime we got home.
But we finally found an authentic restaurant with no less than 5 chefs all highly trained and with a menu that spans all of India.
The food was sublime, the service second to none and the prices? Very tasty.
The decor is classy which is rare in holiday towns in Turkey but this is a place that you cannot miss.
They have a web site which is integrated with their bar, and they gave it to us last time we visited.
I hear they are moving a few yards up as they are so popular they need bigger premises. Good Luck to them and we wil certainly be visiting them this year in May.
There is a large garden out of the back for the children as well so we were well pleased with this little bit of freedom on our holiday.
Favorite Dish: The lamb Jalfreizi and tikka starters.
The jalfreizi is fot and spicey but with an explosion of flavours on the tongue and the chicken tikka starter is half a chicken at a starter price. Ym.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: opposite the Dolphin roundabout, Calis Beach
I cannot remember the name of this restaurant, but you will see it immediatly you are on the street.
They only serve 1 meal, meatballs in a roll. and it is fantastic and cheap.
Full of locals, so must be good
Favorite Dish: there is only 1 dish
Written Mar 16, 2011
Here, in the fish market, you go to the central market, choose and pay for your seafood. The vendors clean it and deliver it to the restaurant of your choice who then cook it for you and serve it up.
Wonderfully fresh seafood and great meals provided
Favorite Dish: Its all great
Updated Mar 16, 2011
Address: Central Fethiye
Ozsut is a chain of bakeries and sweet shops that can be found all over Turkey. I ate a quick indulgence at their location on the waterfront in Fethiye. Service was friendly- if a bit confused about why a single girl is eating cake alone at 3:00 in the afternoon- and the menu had a lot of really yummy-looking treats. I picked up a bit of a pistachio habit in Turkey, so I opted for a slice of their chocolate-pistachio cake and some lemonade. I know the cake wasn't made fresh on site, but it was just as good as anything at an American chain restaurant, and a little lighter and more interesting. I would definitely return to Ozsut for a sweet treat!
Written Feb 1, 2011
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