Reviews on Mediterranean food in Gumusluk, Mugla Province, Turkey including Dogaclama Bodrum, Sofi’s Restaurant & Beach, Gumuscafe Fish Restaurant, Limon Gumusluk, Kofteci Efe, The Terrace Restaurant, Hayat Cafe Bar Brasserie, Gumusluk Fenerci Restaurant, Nar Cicegi Cafe, Nazar
4 based on 238 reviews
Having visited many restaurants both high end and local I can say without question, this is an excellent place to eat good quality freshly made local food. Excellent service from the ever friendly (and English speaking) Yusuf who combines great humour and friendliness when delivering the excellent food. Fresh fish and meat bought each day from market - perfectly cooked. We eat the Nazar special - an epic feast of meats to share and another night simply perfectly grilled sea bass bought that day. Prices are remarkable and show what an owner chef and his wife can achieve with care and consistency every day. Youâll love the puffy freshly made oven hot flat bread and salad served compliment with your meal. (Donât over order!) Highly recommend. Not necessary to book but market night (saturday) itâs busy.
4 based on 35 reviews
We visited Nar Cicegi twice, to watch the sunset and to get breakfast, it is worth visiting for both. The cafe has a wonderful view overlooking the Gumusluk bay, yet easily accesible, a little bit further to the town enterance. During sunset, you can enjoy your cocktail accompanied by home-made mezes. The breakfast is also delicious with fresh tomatoes, home-made jams and tasty olives and cheese selection. Much better than the overcrowded restoraunts in town. Highly recommended.
4 based on 186 reviews
Located at the seashore of GÃ¼mÃ¼ÅlÃ¼k, Fenerci is suitable both for couples seeking a little romance and families or groups. Everthing is very delicious. We had âsauted angelfish on its boneâ, which can be called as a trademark - specialty of the restaurant. Definitely a must go restaurant in GÃ¼mÃ¼ÅlÃ¼k!
4 based on 87 reviews
What an excellent surprise! Though I had noticed the "Hayat" sign on the road from Gumusluk to Turgutreis, I never took the time to stop and have a peek. Quite a mistake that was corrected thank to the TripAdvisor comments! The place: colorful, warm, definitely goes with the name of the place (meaning Life in Turkish). We ate under a huge fig tree and had the opportunity to taste some of its fruits :) Kids were really happy to be able to walk around and take some rest in one of the hammocks. There were also a lot of places where to enjoy a nice drink and relax.The food: We went there for breakfast and took the Hayat Khavalti Tabagi with some Cigara Boreks, omelette and fried egg with sucuk (spicy Turkish sausage). The boreks were awesome (best ones for me so far) and my younger kid almost immediately requested a second omelette (we kindly explained him we first had to empty all that was on the table :)). There was nothing on the table that I didn't like (cheese, home made jam, kind of a dried tomato tapenade, olives, great salade, mix of cold vegetables, kaymac/honey, white cheese with jam). The bread was also great (finally something different from the white "boulot" bread!).Drink: we went for fresh juices (told you, healthy). Carrot for my wife, super happy to have fresh carrot juice, and mixed fruits for the kids. It was quickly emptied (not because of the size, but due to their success) so we took some home made lemonade. Kids loved it and I had to insist to be able to taste it... yummy!Service: smiling, present, greatOn our way out we had the opportunity to chat with the very friendly owner of the place. The general experience was so positive that we decided to immediately book a table for an evening meal. So, more news to come in the near future.
4 based on 95 reviews
We really enjoyed our brunch experience today at The Terrace - we've tried many of the restaurants in and around Gumusluk over the years for Turkish breakfast and I can honestly say this must be one of the most generous and delicious we've ever had (although the addition of French fries may have been one dish too many !) We had two large Turkish breakfasts between 4 people - which included home made borek (vegetarian and with meat) plus a cheese and dried fruit/walnut platter, eggs, two types of bread, 4 jams, honeys, butter, freshly made pancakes, salads and courgette flowers all served with tea plus water. The price was incredible value at TL25 per breakfast so including loads of extra drinks our meal was TL75 in total- car parking is very easy and the views on the top terrace are fabulous. Don't be put off that it's on the Migros site - you would never know and the staff are just fantastic. Plus great choice of music - we hope to go back and try one evening with live music - Friday's and Sunday's
5 based on 71 reviews
I usually go there when I go to Bodrum. It's always the same quality, never goes down. If you haven't tried Turkish meatballs with yogurt, I highly recommend it. I usually prefer ayran with it, the location might seem far if you're staying in the Bodrum city or close by, but Gumusluk is always a nice stop during your holiday.Thank you
4 based on 545 reviews
Amazing sunset view. Overall the food quality is very good. Their special limon borek is a must have, if you donât have allergy to cheddar cheese. Deniz borulcesi, karabugday kisiri, ahtapot izgara are also my favorites. Prices are reasonable. The only area of improvement is service quality. I would expect to see more friendly and much better staff. And next time, I will skip desserts. We had magnolia pudding and cheesecake but they were average at most.
4 based on 437 reviews
Such an enjoyable ambiance! When you get to the seafront of Gumusluk, walk right hand side by the sea and after a bunch of restaurants you will see Gumuscafe Fish Restaurant standing along on the sea!
We went here for lunch. The food and service were pretty good and did not seem excessively expensive. Why 2* you may be asking? When the bill came it was calculated so that service was 10% of the total bill including service rather than 10% of the food and drink. This subtlety increases the effective service charge but on first impression seems genuine. When this was pointed out Mr Bean said he would charge the correct amount but sneakily added the wrong amount into the card machine! Luckily we kept our wits. We were also charged a massively inflated price (50% more than we had paid elsewhere) for our aryan drinks which were not on the menu (so partly our fault for not checkingthe price when ordering). Learning point: good food but beware of a few tricks which might inflate your bill.
4 based on 599 reviews
Sofi's Restaurant & beach and Bar presents guests with choices of the Aegean and Mediterranean kitchen and the chefs do all they can to spoil you with sumptuous yet healthy Turkish and Continental dishes. Engagement, wedding and Special parties can be cat
On our last night in Bodrum, we decided to stay closer to our hotel. Based on the good reviews, we chose Sofiâs. It didnât disappoint. We came after sunset, so we didnât get to experience the beautiful views. However, the area was lively and we still sat along the waterside. I didnât feel that we had missed out on anything, in other words. We were presented with a plate of traditional mezzes to choose from, which is a tradition I love! Seeing what you are getting, as well as an explanation of the dish, is always a plus. We chose two, one a spinach-based dip and a yogurt-based one, as well as octopus. They were all wonderful. My husband ordered a bottle of wine. However, they had ran out of his choice so the waiter brought two other options. He decided on one and said it was the best bottle heâd had while in Turkey! Cheers for the recommendation. I had eaten seafood for 2 straight weeks and decided on a meat dish. I had the traditional Shepherdâs dish, SAÃ KAVURMA, I believe itâs called (donât quote me-still working on my Turkish). It was delicious and Iâm just disappointed I couldnât finish it all. The presentation was beautiful as well, as you can see from the photo. The owner or manager, Alex, came over to ensure everything was satisfying. I can understand why he gets so many compliments because he is very polite, funny and seems to truly care about his guests. We were too full for dessert although I wonât hesitate to return on our next trip. Then Iâll leave room for dessert. As an aside, the restaurant is in a small hotel that looks quite cute. I canât speak to what itâs like to stay there, but itâs a fantastic location and Iâd venture a guess that it would be a nice place to stay outside of a major resort. I couldnât help taking some photos of the statues around the hotel area. Thank you to everyone at Sofiâs. We will be back!We appreciate your lovely review, please come again and join us for a great sunset at Sofiâs.We also would love to host you at Taskule Boutique Hotel on your next stay.
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I was reccomended to visit razaki bahce by some friends who had a wonderful experience. I visited for breakfast with my family on a busy Sunday morning. We ordered the serpme breakfasts and we weren't disappointed. We were served a selection of fresh olives, home made jams, honey, cucumber, tomato and peppers. A mixed aubergine salad, an array of cheeses, fresh bread and tea. We were asked how we would like our eggs cooked and were given the choice of scrambled with onions, peppers and chilli's, scrambled on its own, fried with salami or fried alone. We sat in the peaceful garden and enjoyed the sunshine, the service at razaki bahce was fantastic, we couldn't fault it. Our breakfast was very filling and we would definitely go again. We made a reservation for dinner a few nights later. We were delighted to have a table full of mezze, pastry stuffed with aubergine, cheese pastry, olives, mixed salads, home made yoghurt, and a mix of special mezze dishes from that day along with tasty grilled meet. Betul and inci are very friendly owners and very welcoming, always smiling and will cook special meals at your request. Razaki bahce is in ortakant, just 20 minutes from bodrum. Everything you'll eat at razaki bahce is hand made or from the local surrounding villages (olives /cheese)
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