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Offline suzyq

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Re: Restaurants in Ovacik
« Reply #10 on: September 17, 2018, 22:50:13 PM »
I just have to find all these places now 😂



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Re: Restaurants in Ovacik
« Reply #11 on: October 01, 2018, 09:01:57 AM »
Back home unfortunately, we only managed to eat at one of the recommendations which was Aubergine and it was very good. The WiFi was awful and did slightly affect our plans as didn’t have a clue where anything was, we ate at My Way in Hisaronu which was also excellent and Lemon Tree which was okay. I managed to get my Oben fix and met his lovely new wife, food as brilliant as ever and also had a lovely meal at Merhaba. The setting of the Celay is beautiful but think I prefer being nearer to shops etc, we still managed to walk into Hisaronu most days though and got a taxi back. Will put some photos on of visit.

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Re: Restaurants in Ovacik
« Reply #12 on: October 01, 2018, 11:44:18 AM »
If anyone is still looking for restaurants in Ovacik,  I can recommend the Candlelight restaurant.  We have eaten there on many occasions and it's always excellent.

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Re: Restaurants in Ovacik
« Reply #13 on: December 14, 2018, 11:35:32 AM »
we were on holiday in ovacik august/september of this year,we were on an all inclusive holiday,but like to eat out some nights,we tried the candlelight restaurant twice it was superb, also aubergines which was also superb,but i have to say i think places in this area were struggling due to the exchange rates,and being out of the tourist areas,its a shame because food and service at these establishments were sublime,cost for a meal at the candlelight was for 1 starter,2mains,2pints of keo lager,came to 111 lira just under £14 POUNDS at that time the exchange rate was was just over 8 lira to the pound.




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