amazing place to have your meal or coffee here amazing view from one of the beautiful old home of mardin.
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our meal arrived 50min we have ordered, and only partially it arrived. one of us was still without a dish after an hour. the taste is so so,nothing special. we decide to pay the bill and leave. the general manager was there, he apologized after...More
Erdoba is one of the renovated old "Konaks" in Mardin. the view from the terrace is great. We stopped for lunch. The food was good, though rather expensive. No alcoholic drinks. The desert we ordered "Mayhirma" (made of figs and grape juice) was one of...More
the food was really good here. try the calzone like lahmacun or babaghanoush or any of the kebabs. the food was fresh and delicious. down side - no alcohol
This hotel was one of the first and considered best for many years. It certainly has one of the best locations and does have fantastic views. I did not stay here, but had drinks on the terrace and dinner one night in the restaurant. Which...More
Erdoba Evleri is the hotel in the city center where you will have easy access to the museums and walk to see the wonderful view of Mardin. But better do not drive there. Parking might be a problem. There are only 2 rooms with the...More
i didn't taste the food but as i checked the menu, prices were high. The restaurant has an excellent view. i preferred to drink some Turkish coffee with waterpipe towards the magnificent Mesopotamia scene.
Dear all travellers, As you could read on an other review, we decided with turkish friends to leave the first hotel and to go to Erdoba hotel in the old city center of Mardin on the main street. Such a heaven after our terrible experience...More
This is a wine growing region with excellent wines made by the Syriac families but few restaurants are licensed. It is a pity that this one should not serve wine. That would add to the experience : the setting is wonderful in this restored Syriac...More
Martin is famous for it's open mentality and wines. This restaurant does not respect either. How can they expect to cater to an international clientele without alcohol?