3. Cafe Safak.
Muze Cadessi no 28 | (On the way to the Goreme open air museum), Goreme 50180, Turkey. +90 384 271 2597
It’s a family owned cafe, whereby you can sit there the whole day to just enjoy the afternoon breeze, and to avoid the strong sun at noon times. Most of the meals are homemade by the owner’s mom.
They said the most favorite menus are Latte, The Lentils Soup and the Gözleme. so went to try it out :
Gözleme – savory traditional Turkish Pastry dish.
It’s something like Indian Prata that you can filled with various types. we Ordered Cheese and Mushroom that time, and it was not bad at all. it’s rather dry compared to Prata.
Baklava – Turkish dessert, a Turkish sweet pastry with nuts and fillings.Bollen Bandung from Indonesia with Ice cream. The texture is Crispy outside, sofy and chewy inside. 2. Cappadocian Cuisine Uzundere Caddesi NO:5/B, Goreme 50180, Turkey. +90 536 964 62 25 Dont judge the book by it’s cover. The restaurant banner may not be as nice as the others, and maybe the place doesnt look fancy at all. But all I can say is, they have the most reasonable price and size for a great local taste! Appetizer Lentils Soup Kofte Casserole – Meatballs (beef) in oval shape. Most meals come with free Salad, and the rice smells so nice, and very soft like Japanese rice. It looks like they are using same gravy as well for most of the meals. so, it’s like changing the meats only. Chicken Casserole Turkish Pasta And Highlight of the Day is : Pottery Chicken Kebab! The way they present the meal is very fascinating. The bowl above was already opened. So, before they open it, it looks like a giant egg. After that, they are turning the ‘big egg’ and stated knocking the spoon around the pot, until you can hear a ‘pop’ sound. and there you go, Pottery Kebab is ready to enjoy.