Rather touristy, but with an undeniably pleasing courtyard set amid fruit trees, the 'Old House' offers varied Turkish fare.
Roughly opposite the Byzantine aqueduct, this tiny but time-tested local favourite serves delicious Turkish dishes – if you can't decide, take the whole sizzling Anatolian meat platter.
Beneath the hotel of the same name, this recently refurbished restaurant spills out onto the square beneath the Byzantine aqueduct, guaranteeing atmospheric summer dining. The traditional Anatolian fare is complemented by more international offerings, including veggie dishes and fish.
At the village entrance, Artemis occupies the former Greek schoolhouse and has great views from its outside terrace and garden.
This rustic restaurant under shady foliage is strong on meats. The fruit-farming owner makes his own wines (but offers 'mainstream' reds and whites, too).