5 based on 70 reviews
First time at O kafe - Everithing was very good - I will come again! Good services - and good energy! Tea, coffe - food - all at the beat quality! BRAVO OâKAFE
4 based on 237 reviews
Having a typical Turkish breakfast here is a must. I tried several Turkish Breakfast but this one is the most various and good. You need to be prepared because the quantity of variety is amazing, so, if you want to try everything you need to be ready for fullfill your stomache with amazing type of jam, cheese and other things. The Atmosphere and the staff also are so kind and so relax.This is something that you need to try
4 based on 55 reviews
Feel the sense of an Aegean story in back streets of Ayvalik. Taste the good local food. Pino is a homemade kitchen with a cosy cafe to relax and savour Ayvalik.
It's a really nice place. Good music, breakfast, burgers, coffee..what else do you need ;)?we will definitely come back.
4 based on 31 reviews
Tropical juice and cocktails, original appetizers, wines and sangrias, home-made pastas and meatballs, cold beers, delicious desserts and most importantly: a warm welcome :)
Iâm here visiting Cunda with my boyfriend Emir from Istanbul and this restaurant is just amazing. The food is amazing but the owners/ family that operates it are some of the nicest and most hospital people Iâve ever met. They really make you feel welcomed. Great location, great food, great atmosphere and great people. Ãok gÃ¼zel!!!!!
This was the first place where we ate out in Cunda Island. It is the fishermen's cooperative. It is on the water and on one end you can buy fresh fish everyday (it is best to go early in the morning).It is great to sit for tea, look at the sea and just relax. You can also try the famous Ayvalik Tost (sic). This is a toasted sandwich with a non pork version or pastrami, tomato and a very famous sauce similar to mayonnaise. I did not try it but everyone seemed very happy to eat it and we met a woman who was celebrating her 75th birthday and had had her son drive her from her house half an hour away to start her day with an Ayvalik Tost breakfast.I loved its simplicity. It is also very cheap and by drinking tea or having breakfast or lunch there you support the local fishermen community. At night it was full of locals like the old lady we had met in the morning. We did not go for dinner as there are much cooler places to dine in in Cunda, not on the coast but hidden among the cobblestone streets away from the more touristy seafront restaurants.But definitely recommend it to drink tea any time of the day or coffee or a quick breakfast.
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