Güzelbahçe is a coastal district of İzmir Province in Turkey. Until 2009 Local Government Elections, Greater İzmir Municipality had 9 district (second-tier) municipalities and Güzelbahçe was one of the smallest district municipality in terms of land area and population. With March 2009 Local Elections, İzmir Greater (Metropolitan) Municipality now have 21 district municipalities, since new municipalities had established due to high population of some major second-tier municipalities like Karşıyaka and Konak. Now, İzmir Greater (Metropolitan) Municipality has several smaller municipalities in terms of land area coverage, however, Güzelbahçe still remains as the smallest municipality within the metropolitan area in terms of population. March 2009 Local Elections of Turkey has also resulted of mergers of villages and town municipalities with their respective second-tier / district municipalities in all greater municipalities. Therefore, parallel to this regulation and changes, Yelki town municipality and Çamlık Villages become part of Güzelbahçe Municipality in 2009. Although the population of Güzelbahçe Municipality increased little, the land area increased greatly. The population and land borders of Güzelbahçe County/District however remained same. Güzelbahçe is part of the İzmir Greater (Metropolitan) Area and Municipality since the establishment of İzmir Greater Municipality in 1984. Although Güzelbahçe seems very urbanized at the rate of 82,7 percent, there are relatively remote villages in the Southern part of the Güzelbahçe Municipality. These villages, like Payamlı, Kavacık, (Kavacık become part of newly established Karabağlar second-tier district municipality in March 2009) are/were part of the Güzelbahçe County/District and famous with their delicious grapes grown on mostly steep hills and mountains. Vineyards during summer and autumns have worth to visits and grapes are definitely worth to taste due to natural growth. Grapes in the vineyards different due to lack of major irrigation or watering.
3.5 based on 48 reviews
We had a great lunch here on a cold day in early Oct. since practically all of the Seating is outdoors we got a little cold.
The food was very good...especially the Musakka. (An eggplant dish with ground. Meat in a tomato sauce)
Service was quick and very efficient
4 based on 5 reviews
This is a local neighbourhood restaurant specialized on Pide. Do not expect much from ambience. Good for a budget lunch or dinner with the family. Pide served crusty, thin and tender.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Kislik evime 3 km gibi yakin bir yerde olan bu restoranta SIK olmasa bile ara ara gidiyorum. Konum olarak ana cadde uzerinde ufak bir dukkan. Yemekleri ege ve yunan mutfagi tadlari iyi. Bu tur ev yemegi yiyenlere onerilir. Bugun oglen esimle ugradik. Yemek olarak 1 porsiyon etsiz bamya, az etli nohut, 1 porsiyon kabak ve biber dolma, 2 ufak su gelen fiyat 40 tl.
Yer ve lokal olarak normal. Guzelbahce sahilinde ege ve izmir yemekleri yapan tek yer.
Bu turu sevenlere oneririm.
4.5 based on 259 reviews
What they do: • As of today, they o offer us 110 types of appetizers. 28 of them are made upon the suggestion of the guests, and you cannot find them everywhere. Such a wide appetizer range is not available in Turkey. o offer us 22 types of quite special warm starters, and they all have specific attributes. o They offer 18 to 22 types of different fish. • Since the maximum counter life of fishes is 2 days, Mr. Ozer only offers fresh and daily caught fishes. • They aware that they address to our stomach and palate. So, they use the materials of highest quality in all their products, • In addition to such favourable fish, especially appetizer sorts, they make us feel in our home, in our kitchen with a warm interest and grace in a fantastic atmosphere accompanied by delightful music. • They use all products especially in their seasons. • They always work on innovation and different tastes to take us beyond the routines. • They attach maximum importance to hygiene.
its very hard to be one of the best Restaurants in this region but to stay in this level istn that easy. We all 3 enjoyed our late afternoon very much. Congratulations on yengeç team,you're still amazing ?
5 based on 376 reviews
Angora restaurant and bar is a friendly, family run restaurant serving great food and drinks, all at reasonable prices. We offer a save environment for you and your family and cater for all needs. We have free pool table, free wifi, free entertainment, cocktails and much more!! Our chef is extremely passionate about the food he provides, we look forward to seeing you very soon.
I've travelled to many resorts in Turkey and never gone back , but I've got to say , the Angora is a little gem , run by smiley and his brother I've got to say the food is amazing , and I'm ready to book up for this place next year as soon as I get home ,
Once again the food is amazing in the 2 weeks we've been here , we tried one other restaurant bfore stumbling over the Angora , smiley welcomes every one as if they are his family lovely man , and waiters appo, ( hope I've spelt that right , apologies if not ) and Emmet lovely lads and hard workers ,10 out of 10 for the angora , see u next year smiley xx
Sharon , martin , meg & tom boy lol xx
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Bring you own fish from the market or buy from the restaurant fish stall just outside. Pay by weight and leave it there to be cleaned. Meanwhile, go into the restaurant, choose your 'meze' order your drinks and be brought toasted village bread. Go for beer not wine which is way too expensive and be prepared for children playing around their tables while large family groups enjoy a LONG meal. In good weather, the outside Seating is fine and you may get the chance to see fishermen mending nets or emptying their catch. Nothing very fancy but good value and way cheaper than restaurants at the Alsancak end of town.
4 based on 49 reviews
Great location and amazingly fresh food!
Had fresh levrek, calamari and garlic prawns. The salads were to die for however eating in Turkey with a great ambience the only disappointing factor was the music. I would have preferred to listen to Turkish music, after all we are in Turkey. I would have appreciated Turkish music
3.5 based on 42 reviews
Alsancak has "La Cigale", Guzelbahce has "La Folie" French type brasserie.
Steak is very good and they know how to cook it to taste.
Pizza is thin crust and tasty as well.
Interesting wine selection, but few quality cognacs for a "brasserie". It is nice sitting with the sea view, or next to the chimney in winter.
One negative: Mushrooms served are NOT porcini but an other type of mushroom sold here in Turkey. They're not bad, but not porcini.
4 based on 21 reviews
Müşteri kaybından sonra müşteriyi indirim ile toplamaya çalışan işletme mekan sahibi bey ilgili fakat ortağı bayan ucuz içki ve yemek satmak zorunda olduğu için mutsuz gibi,ustaları azimli eh işte mekanlardan
4.5 based on 71 reviews
The Place for feel a Turkish in the morning. I tried with cheese ? and eggplant ?- it's was amazing! Don't forget to take eggs, they cooked in the oven and unfortunately, You have to wait for the place ?
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