Back at Aisha`s

Aisha`s Restaurant in Kestel has some of the best food we have ever tasted. It is always a pleasure to meet her and her husband Gilad. My mom`s new favorite dish was the meatball casserole.

My dad had chicken curry and my mom and I shared the casserole:

Here we are with the beautiful chef herself. I will give this restaurant a 10 out of 10 on my review. Please visit Aisha`s if you are in Kestel!

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Muhtarin Yeri Restaurant on Norway`s National Day!

By the castle in Alanya, there is a lovely restaurant called Muhtarin Yeri, where they serve the best turkish breakfast! I will give this restaurant experience a 9 out of 10 on my review. Delicious food, hardly any time to wait and great service!

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Norway`s National Day celebration at Bistro Dolphine`s in Tosmur

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We celebrated Norway`s National Day at Bistro Dolphine`s in Tosmur outside Alanya. They had a special celebration night for Norwegian tourists. We so appreciate everything they had put into this for us! First we went to the Norwegian church in Oba so we were filled with the Holy Spirit… We also met our favorite taxi driver Sukru!!

Then back at Bistro Dolphine`s…

Here are the amazing men working at Bistro Dolphine`s: Yunus, Ramazan, Omer, Hassan and Ahmet!

The food was delicious as always:

And then there was fireworks!

All in all, the perfect night for us! I will give this restaurant experience a 10 out of 10 on my review! We definitely came back many times, and will in the future. If you are in the Tosmur area, please stop by this wonderful restaurant! The best food and best service ever you will find here! Thanks to Bistro Dolphine`s for making this a very special night for Norwegians!

Kokoreç & Kumru in Oba

More and more of the restaurants in Oba had closed down, and mom and I were looking for a place to eat. We discovered this restaurant by the taxi central, and we ordered meat balls, a portion to share. It was a pleasant experience, and the food was tasty. I will give this restaurant an 8 out of 10 on my review.

They didn`t have much on the menu, but we wanted meat balls. The staff were very friendly, and it didn`t take long to wait for the food.

Galipo Restaurant in Tosmur

We have been to Galipo Restaurant many times before, and the food is always good. But this time it was different, because they serve really big portions of food, and I cannot deal with that after my gastric sleeve surgery. Mom and I decided to share a “Galipo Special” which was delicious, it was beef with garlic taste.

There were very few guests, but Galipo and his employees are very nice. I will give the restaurant 9 out of 10 on my review.

Galipo and the waiter Emin, took very good care of us.

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After the meal, Emin served us a plate of fruit and apple tea free of charge! We recommend this restaurant to everyone!

Here is a review I have done before: Galipo Restaurant in Tosmur

Antep Sofrasi in Oba

After we were done at the market, we needed some coffee and something to eat. We stopped by Antep Sofrasi, a lovely little restaurant by the market.

We ordered a Turkish pizza, which was delicious. The coffee also tasted very good. I will give this restaurant 8 out of 10 on my review.

And it only cost us 12 lire! (For the pizza)

After we came back to Dim Villa, we had an in between meal with some of the stuff we bought at the market: avocado, radish and cheese:

SOLSIDEN Restaurant in Oba and back at the market

After church service in Oba, we needed something to eat. We discovered SOLSIDEN Restaurant by the main street. They obviously catered to a Norwegian crowd, and some waiters even spoke Norwegian too. It was late in the season, so there was not a lot to pick from on the menu. We asked if they had shrimp casserole, and they did not. So we ended up ordering an osmanish kebab to share.

It was a bit bigger than the other kebabs we have had. Also not as tasty as at Aisha`s. But overall a good restaurant experience. I will give it a 8,5 out of 10 on my review. The starters were great, with dips, olives and garlic butter and turkish bread. And the stew itself was very good.

The next day we were back at the market, and we bought more dried fruits and also some extremely cheap vegetables and cheese. We recommend everybody to go to the market for food, because they also let you taste before you buy, and the prices are great.