Restaurants and dining in Göreme
Although a small village we have many restaurants
catering not just to our residents but they many
welcomed visitors who come to enjoy the amazing sights
of our region. You will find no difficulty in
getting a pleasurable meal here whatever your culinary
interests, budget or dietary restrictions may be.
Nazar Börek Cafe meanwhile, like the name says,
focuses on the pastry delights called Borek.
or dry and coming with salads soups and other side
dishes this traditional decorated restaurant with wood
paneling makes you feel at home. Prices are vey
reasonable and you will find that within 10TL per person
a fine meal can be had.
is one of the traditional Turkish foods that you will
find in many cafes. Hand rolled dough is coated with
butter and eggs and then filled, sealed and grilled.
Somewhat like a stuffed flat bread, or a sealed up
pizza, a variety of different flavorings are possible.
Try it at Cafe Safak which is
near the Open Air Museum.
Topdeck Cave Restaurant - A great location,
friendly staff and tasty food make this one of the most
popular locations in Göreme to get your meal. Try
the sigara boureki, because it is Cigar shaped,
while seated on cushions on the floor in traditional
Turkish style. Turn right at Aygaz, before the Stone
House Hotel, and walk into the back street to find the
Pumpkin Goreme Restaurant and Art Gallery -
More like eating in the chefs' home rather than dining
in a restaurant this small fixed menu art gallery serves
organic meals of the chefs selection each day.
Australian food from a real Turkish/Australian family
can be found at Fat Boys Bar & Cafe Restaurant,
just behind the bus station.
Or for Indian food try Rasoi Indian Restaurant
which has the best food from the subcontinent in Goreme.