Discover the best restaurant in Cunda Island, Turkey including Bay Nihat, Cafe Caramel, Cunda Balik Evi, Tik Mustafa'nin Yeri, Lal Girit Mutfagi, Cunda Deniz Restaurant, Guler Pastanesi Cafe, Pasa Corba Salonu, Ayna Restaurant, Hacioglu Askin Tost Evi
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3.5 based on 391 reviews
Fresh fish and Mediterranean vegetables. Great place to eat. Efficient service, plenty of room, highly recommended.
4.5 based on 271 reviews
No breakfast till september... Reservation for dinner... please call before 18:00 Only cash... Closed on sunday... Facebook : Cafe Caramel Ayvalik
Strolling in the back streets of Ayvalık, admiring the beautiful old stone houses, some renovated, some still in their original but aged condition, you will be happy for a quite break of tea, a good coffee and may be some dessert ... this is the spot ! nostalgic, peaceful, charming ... try their pudings prepared with the season's delightful fruits ... and remember this is an antique shop at the same time :)
4 based on 111 reviews
I would have imagined to be a bit stunned specifically after Reading the other reviews and the ranking on TA but my experience has been slightly different. It may be that the Ramadan holidays resulted in some lack of service, average quality food, etc., but it was absolutely no excuse when asked simply if they could bring tea at the end of the dinner that they would state they don't have any - really? The bill paid definitely does not reflect the experience - I probably wouldn't give them a second chance when visiting Cunda again.
4.5 based on 257 reviews
One word, amazing. More than 20 mezes. Very friendly. Service is good. And price. You must go. We will go again and again
4 based on 188 reviews
Small family owned business. Chief cook lady Emine strictly adheres to the highest standards of quality for cooking. All the items on the menu are made from fresh, hand picked ingredients from local bazaars. Menu consists of mostly mezes and there are some hot dishes as well. Been here for two nights straight (would have been 20 nights straight if I were to stay in Ayvalik) and everything I tried was very delicious. A full course meal with alcohol should cost between 20-40 euros on average. Reservation is a must during high season.
TL;DR: Try this restaurant, there is no chance you will be disappointed.
4 based on 245 reviews
Since freshness of seafood and fish is extremely important, it is equally essential to frequent seafood restaurants which have a regular client base, as well as which are frequented (and recommended) by locals. I would therefore suggest everyone to take a short walk along Cunda seaside and observe which restaurants (most of which are located next to each other) are popular with locals and tourists.
In my humble opinion, two fish & seafood restaurants, namely Cunda Deniz and Bay Nihat, meet these important criteria in Cunda. Both restaurants serve more or less the same selection of fish, seafood and meze (appetisers) selection. Cunda Deniz Restaurant, as compared to Bay Nihat, is about 15-20 percent cheaper. On the other hand, you will probably find that Bay Nihat's appetisers are tastier.
4.5 based on 202 reviews
This is a little old place and quite popular amongst both locals and the tourists for the very right reasons: tasty, fast, authentic and affordable. They recommend the the cookies with mastic but I often prefer the one with sesame paste (tahini). All made with olive oil. And the mastic-flavoured ice cream is also worth trying.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
I have been there twice, once with a large group and then again with my spouse. We had fabulous local dishes and amazing soup. I recommend here to vegetarians as well since they have excellent options for vegetarians, simply because Aegean cuisine is vegetarian-friendly by nature. In both visits, the restaurant was packed yet they were fast in service. Highly recommended
4.5 based on 177 reviews
I strongly recommend that restaurant to food lovers.Everything we tried ( meze assortiment,home made pasta, fish and desserts)was fresh, local and delicous. kids had pasta with tomato sauce although that was not in the menu,for a decent price(my daughter eats pasta with no sauce and and most of the time we pay the full price of a sophisticated pasta plate as they do not have child friendly food.)I particularly recommend the lemon lavander cheese cake.. a must to eat.
I also adored the decoration:so simple but elegant
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Ayvalık is famous for its toast. Aşkın is a really small toast shop in the center. The "orjinal Ayvalık tostu" with goat (tulum) cheese is out of this world. Combined with Ayran it is the best you can get
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