My wife Judy and I have been going to Fidanka restaurant intermittently for some 15 years since we built a villa in Kisla a few hundred yards away on the opposite side of the bay from the resort of Kalkan, Once in a kind of crow's nest location at the highest point of the charmingly individualist holiday hotel, the restaurant was artfully sited closer (but not uncomfortably close) to the kitchen about three years ago. Like the hotel rooms, the restaurant is a repository of country artefacts and quirkily pleasing motifs. Çunet the owner personifies the character of the restaurant and hotel, with a solicitous, smiling calm much like the chief waiter Bulent, who recommended a couple of days ago we try a Turkish "sardine" dish. This "sardine" was much larger and meatier than the UK equivalent. Totally delicious, bathed in a simple tomato sauce with potato slices. Coupled with a Likya wine from an estimable winery nearby it was a great way to start a visit. A pineapple ice-cream with chocolate sauce (one helping between two) to close. Perfect. Whata great way to spend three sunset hours near the Mediterranean. Enough commendation. Just try the restaurant and i defy you to be disappointed.
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