Tuesday, November 8, 2011

The Top 10 Restaurants in Antalya


We know that followers of Antalya's 10 Best Restaurants are always looking for recommendations on the best places to dine in locations in Antalya. Our regional spotlights are designed to give you an insight into the best places to dine in Antalya.




7 Mehmet


7 Mehmet
China Garden
China Garden
Club Arma
Club Arma
Mevlana Restaurant
Mevlana Restaurant
Stella's Manzara
Stella's Manzara
Özdoyum Restaurant
Özdoyum Restaurant
Seraser
Seraser
Urcan Balık Evi
Urcan Balık Evi
Yoma Restaurant
Yoma Restaurant
Antalya Balık Evi
     

22 comments:

  1. hi Isa ...wow! such a beautiful place to visit, i think anyone who visited antalya will come back so happy and satisfied.. the buffet food on display at the 'Urcan B E" looks so authentic and delicious..so makes me hungry now..

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  2. @ cookingvarieties, Hi Wan! Thanks for your sweet comment. Yes, Urcan Balık Evi is one of the best seafood restaurants in Antalya City. It is the beautiful location and the unusual character of these restaurants that really make them worth a visit.

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  3. wow !! love the place!! so romantic!!<3

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  4. @ Kek Kek Angela, Hi! Antalya is one of the most romantic cities in the world. You should visit Antalya. I love my followers and I generally follow their blogs..

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  5. Hi,
    Thanks a lot for visiting my blog and leaving the best comment I ever received :-)
    Love this blog of yours, so much info and lovely pictures. Would really love to visit this city and I don't need any brochure, your blog is enough :)

    See you again n do visit often!

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  6. @ Manju, thanks for your sweet comment. Yes, you should visit Antalya. Ok!

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  7. What amazing restaurants and love all the pic, hope I can go in and try the food at any one of these places.

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  8. @ Nava.K, Thanks. You can try traditional Turkish food. I am sure that you will love them..

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  9. You are so fortunate to live in such a nice old city;)

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  10. @ Dzoli, thank you very much. Modernity and history meet on a daily basis in Antalya.

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  11. One question

    which Antalya restaurant is the best one regarding child friendly services , I have 3 small children 7 , 6 and 3 years old and would like to go in some restaurant with garden and place for children amusement ( swing , slide , seesaw .... ).... and not to be expensive one?

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  12. @Anonymous You can go Nashira Park. For more information about Nashira Park, please read our article about Nashira Park at http://antalya-magnificent-city.blogspot.com/2012/05/nashira-park-antalya.html

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  13. Thanks for your helpful and informative blog ,we stayed at the Concorde hotel last year and got a bus into Antalya to visit Terra City ,we really enjoyed it ,this year we are staying at the Titanic hotel and would love to see the old parts of Antalya ,do you have any tips ?
    Also we would like to visit a resturant in the city but I have to have a gluten free meal ?
    Do you know of anywhere that could cater for me ?
    We have two children aged 14 and 17 so we would thinking of somewhere not really expensive but also not a cheap place as we are on holiday and want somewhere nice .
    Thanks for your help and keep up the good work , Mick Sharry

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  14. @micksharry You're welcome. In the city center of Antalya, you should see the Old Town (Kaleiçi) includes Seljuk, Ottoman and the Byzantine architecture. You should see the Yivli(Fluted)Minaret, Hadrian's Gate, Roman Clock Tower, Kesik Minaret, Ottoman Houses in the Old Town. Outside the city center; you should visit Aspendos firstly. Aspendos is known for having the best-preserved theatre of antiquity. With a diametre of 96 metres (315 ft), the theatre provided seating for 7,000.The theatre was built in 155 by the Greek architect Zenon, a native of the city, during the rule of Marcus Aurelius. It was periodically repaired by the Seljuqs, who used it as a caravansary, and in the 13th century the stage building was converted into a palace by the Seljuks. It is located 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) northeast of central Serik. You can also visit Olympos, Phaselis, Myra (Home of Santa Claus), Alanya Castle, etc.

    In the list above, most of the restaurants provide gluten free meals for you when you warn them about this issue.

    For more information, please contact me at antalyacity.blog@gmail.com

    Thanks for visiting our blog and Happy holidays. Antalya is the right choice.

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