A group of us went to Kilim's for dinner. Meal was enjoyable and staff were both pleasant and prompt with service.
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We really love Middle Eastern cuisine and Kilim Cafe was recommended to us by our accommodation host. As it was Easter Sunday, we weren't sure how busy they would be so contacted the restaurant via messenger for a reservation. They were really quick to respond...More
Basic food but honest. We started with sharing a mezze plate and then one main. Plenty for the two of us. Both lamb based but never boring. Good value too.
Family Passing through town and wanted a late lunch (3pm ish). Restaurant was very clean and inviting and staff very friendly. Homemade Pide bread was so delicious as was all our choices. I had fish burger WOW. Fresh homemade bread, tasty moist fish and the...More
Enjoyed very good meals here with a good range of Turkish dishes. No alcohol served but happy for you to BYO with free corkage. Very friendly staff with quick service. Also did takeaways which appeared very popular.
We hate a meze and ate in the garden which was really pleasant. The food is so tasty and the staff / owners are really friendly. Go there and eat, you will enjoy.
Outdoor spaces, a courtyard and tables on the street, made for a pleasant ambiance. Our waitress was helpful and service quick. Dinner was nicely flavored with familiar Turkish spices, and meat quality was good. Remember to bring that wine you bought at the vineyard today:...More
The food was okay but certainly not the best Turkish food we've ever had! It seemed to be a bit bland for our liking. But please don't get me wrong.... the food was not bad, it was just a bit ho-hum. (E.g. Beef Musakka made...More