Turkish in Amasya

Amasya Şehir Derneği

Beloved by a suited-and-booted clientele, this restaurant has a menu of typical Turkish grills.The balcony is the place to be, especially in the evening when the river views provide a respite from the live music ent…
Turkish in Amasya

Taşhan Restaurant

Built in 1758 as a caravanserai, and now fully restored and remade as a hotel and restaurant, the beautiful Taşhan is Amasya's top ticket for fine dining. The menu is thoroughly traditional Turkish and the ambience,…
Modern Turkish in Amasya

Strabon Restaurant

Our favourite riverside deck in Amasya. The hot or cold mezes (₺6 to ₺12) are tasty and fresh, the meat grills are low on oil, and the grilled balık (fish) is so perfectly cooked it literally falls off the bone. If …
Cafe in Amasya

Hadi Heeri

With a raised riverfront terrace this is one of the more popular cafe-restaurants in the old town. People tend to congregate here for food at lunchtime and çay in the evening. Don't miss trying the chickpea soup.
Turkish in Amasya

Belediye Aile Çay Bahçesi ve Lokantası

With a narrow balcony over the river, and a sprawling garden (complete with children's playground) that's scattered with tables, this big place is a favourite with local families out for a good-value meal, or just a…
Turkish in Amasya

Ali Kaya Restaurant

Let's get one thing straight: you're here for the view more than the food. The food is typically Turkish with plenty of meze and kebaps but the view is a stunner. High up on Amasya's southern cliff you can see the f…
Turkish in Amasya

Amaseia Mutfağı

Head up the creaky stairs to the dining room of this old Ottoman house and munch on mantı (Turkish ravioli), scoff down dolmades or get your meat fix with one of their grills. Amaseia has solid food, superb service …
Turkish in Amasya

Sehzade Balık Ekmek

Balık ekmek (fish sandwich) and köfte ekmek (meatball sandwich) served up on a boat moored on the Yeşilırmak. Skip it for dinner – when they woo in the students by blasting incredibly loud Turkish rock music – but t…