Kumluca is a town and district of Antalya Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, part of the Turkish Riviera. Kumluca is located 90 km (56 mi) west of the city of Antalya, on the Teke Peninsula, (between the bays of Antalya and Fethiye). Its neighbour towns are Korkuteli, Elmalı, Finike, Kemer and Antalya
Things to do in Kumluca
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Ok so it's the side of a busy road but step in and get great food. The menu is the usual fair, and they will take time to explain if you have a question.
Good khebabs, great salad and the bread was delightful.
The gentleman who runs the restaurant was very helpful, and the final bill was clear and honest. ( not always the case in Side)
4.5 based on 133 reviews
The Chill House is really close to the beach. In the evening you can see the sun go down, illuminating one of the Mountains by the sea which looks really nice. The music is really nice and chilled.
Food is good, the prices are totally fair. Service is ok, waiters could be a bit nicer, but it was still ok!
5 based on 155 reviews
The Arikanda River Garden Restaurant is the restaurant attached to the hotel of the same name, located on the river at Adrasan Bay. We concluded that it's probably the best of the restaurants along this river after trying a number of them during our stay.
The situation of the restaurant is lovely, on top of decking that is over the river, surrounded by lots of greenery and visited by a lot of ducks. The staff are incredibly friendly and seem well organised and attentive during meal times.
The food is Turkish with a bit of European choices thrown in; particularly memorable was the Adana kebab and also the ali nazik kebab, but I suspect anything you order will be good. The mezze platter is also really nice. The portions are large, so be aware that it's easy to over order.
The prices seemed slightly higher than some of the other restaurants along the river in Adrasan, but this is matched by the quality of both the food and service.
Overall- highly recommended.
5 based on 74 reviews
The Paradise Café is owned and run by the owners Jill and Fikret, we are a small hotel having 4 rooms and very personal service. We also have a restaurant serving a la carte food. Our tables are set in the river bed shaded by beautiful plane trees. We aim to give the best service we can and hope that you visit us when we will do everything in our power to make your holiday memorable.
A friend recommended this restaurant and we headed there without any idea of what to expect. This place is a dream, a total dream!! The setting of the tables on the river, with the ducks swimming right next to you is incredible. The food was absolutely delicious but the atmosphere of this place was totally magical. A great experience not to be missed once you are in Adrasan or near by.
4.5 based on 223 reviews
I have come to the conclusion that you cannot get a "nice" meal in the centre of Çirali. It is not that their food, or service or position is poor, just that it is nothing more or less than any of their neighbouring restaurants offer. They all, more or less, offer the same menu. Nothing special, the same list day after day (indeed, year after year) and served with chips whether you want them or not. Here the menu displays pictures of the promised fare which is something you may or may not like. They make an effort to be a little nicer than others with linen table cloths but to protect them, cover them with a thick plastic sheet which is remarkably unpleasant to the touch. Cutlery and tableware is nice quality too but the food tastes just the same as it would 20 yards to the left or right.
If you want to eat in the centre then Lemon Restaurant is as good as any. I would, however, recommend walking through to the beachfront restaurants for a better range of menus, lovely views and little difference in cost.
4 based on 8 reviews
Great restaurant - with huge choice of all the various Turkish delights from bread based pide to meat grills and vegetables. Also very good in that they also had a lokanta section with the more classic Turkish stews and casseroles. Fantastic food and friendly service
5 based on 2 reviews
Is icin Kumluca ya gittigimde donuste tesaduf eseri yemek icin burda durdum cok seyahat eden biri olarak simdiye kadar en iyi kuzu sis burdaydi. Belki o gun alinan et con iyiydi yada burasi isini biliyor Kumlucu ya tekrar gittigimde bir daha deneyecegim eger ayni lezzeti bulursam bence TR deki en iyi kuzu sis buradadir siddetle tavsiye ediyorum
4.5 based on 352 reviews
Not a bad place, with a typical, semi-fast food collection of mezes, ready-made Turkish standards and various pides, but there is nothing much to recommend it either, the food is of average quality for a country of a very high gastronomic standard even in simple establishments like Turkey, and there are a few much better authentic Turkish places close by, especially up on the main road and in Ulupinar.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Mavi Sofra is an extraordinary restaurant that has been run by a friendly family for many years. Their food is superb and cooked in a large wood fired oven.
Go hungry, or prepare to take some of the food with you because they provide you with a more than ample supply of food. It's not just the main dish, as the special presentations leading up to it are just as impressive.
I would recommend the Mavi Sofra special pizza, which is loaded with delicious ingredients. I also can recommend any of the casseroles, but the chicken casserole is my favorite. It is a large portion and contains an excellent tomato based sauce. They know what they are doing!
They will bring a salad with a tasty dressing, and various appetizers at no extra charge, including baked mushrooms and spinach wrapped in a pastry. These are substantial, and you have to be careful not to spoil your appetite before the main course.
For small town Finike has an abundance of good restaurants. I have recommended Neseli Kafe as possibly the best in Finike, but I can also say without reservation that the Mavi Sofra is equally as good. The bottom line is I have two favorite restaurants in Finike, Turkey
4.5 based on 64 reviews
We have visited this restaurant several times during our stay in Finike. All foods we had was good and reasonably priced, but four were exceptional, fish recommended by the owner, shrimps with vegetables, steak and souffle brought from adjacent Neseli cafe. Not at least staff is friendly and service excellent.
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