Tucked away on the left, halfway along the flat straight road that runs across the valley floor towards Kirazli, is the little Seyfi Dayi Koy Sofrasi run by Mehmet Mersin, a village local who supports his Mum and family with this small but perfect restaurant.
We had a wonderful breakfast with 16 different types of home made jam including aubergine and orange with whole crystallised fruit, fresh made gozleme, fluffy bazlama bread and the best tapenade I’ve ever had in Turkey.
I’ve got to recommend it because it was different; there was more spice in the food than we usually find here and there were hints of cinnamon in the jams and there was a creamy dish of chopped peppers that packed a real punch of heat.
There are other larger restaurants, there are sofrasi with better views and more manicured gardens but the food here was brilliant and they served us stuff I had never seen before including a green salad where I could only identify about half the leaves. To find something new and exciting after eight years here is always a joy.
Seyfi Koy Sofrasi is open every day apart from Friday afternoon during the summer and weekends during the winter, they are open for evening meals but close early if its quiet so go before 8pm if you want to eat in the evening.