After the meal, Fikri took us to this dais in the corner of the restaurant garden to rest until it was time for the minibus back to our hotel.
There is also a swiming pool in the garden, which passers-by are invited to use without charge, and some accomodation available.
We first stopped off at the Afrodit Restaurant, which is the last restaurant at the western end of the promenade, for complimentary cups of apple tea at the invitation of Fikri.
Subsequently, we returned for an evening meal, and both enjoyed meat dishes. As you can see from the picture, the tables are right by the beach. It was a very quiet evening as a result of which we were the only people at the restaurant and received very personal service.
We enjoyed red snapper fish at this restaurant, which is slightly elevated so that it provides good views over the harbour.
It is slightly more expensive than other restaurants that we have visited on the Turkish coast, but, apparently, the restaurants a street back from the promenade are a bit cheaper.
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