Just keep moving past all the other hawkers trying to pull you in and get to this place! My first visit and companions second visit. We loved their food and their can do attitude for the odd things we asked for. We had one dish of meat stew which was amazingly good and another dish of fresh grilled fish. We know they send their boats out around 2 am in the morning for some of the fresh catch on the menu.
More expensive than Michelin meals all over the world, the signature is no more than barbecued fish at $200 per kilo for snapper! We walked in without checking price due to trusting naively the suggestion of a boat guide. Tried ordering the cheapest meal but still charged double for salad (I have never in my life seen salad charged on a per head basis like corkage and 28tl for some leafy greens cannot be fair price. Stay away!
Food was unfortunate for the price they charge. ($100 AUD for a kilo of Snapper, weighed as the whole fish). The waiters were very pushy with exxy drinks ($100 AUD for a very basic savblanc that I can get for 12 dollars at the bottle shop). I ordered one salad, one bowl of salad came but the bill reflected two. Apparently we were given two because there were two of us... One means one... I didn't order bread and olive oil, so when they gave it to us I thought it was complimentary, likewise the 1.5L of water, only to find these items in the bill afterwards. Mind you, the waiter said 'chef's compliments' as he gave us the bread and olive oil. I don't know what chef's compliments mean anymore... There was also an extra item, apparently it was tax. Then he said service was not included... Everything was in Turkish so I don't actually know what it says. This meal left a very bad feeling overall. Restaurants in tourist districts especially need to represent their country properly by conducting honest business.