Top 6 restaurants in Marmara Island, Turkey

December 16, 2017 Timmy Ribble

Discover the best restaurant in Marmara Island, Turkey including Istanbul Pub, Marmara Pide Salonu, Erol'un Yeri, Meshur Elif Ana'nin Yeri, Birol Restaurant, Kismet Aile Cay Bahcesi

1. Istanbul Pub

Balabanaga Mah. Sehzadebasi Cad. No:5/7, Marmara Island 34134, Turkey Outdoor Seating Turkish Breakfast HK$157 - HK$785 +90 212 519 09 09

Istanbul Pub & Cafe Restaurant is well located in the heart of the old city and within walking distance to all monuments, museums such as Covered Bazaar, Suleymaniye Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Sultanahmet Mosque (Blue Mosque), and Topkapi Palace. Istanbul Pub and bar have been especially designed for your comfort where you can rest and enjoy your drink. You can relax and refresh yourself at the outdoor cafe after an exhausting walk in the historical Istanbul.

2. Marmara Pide Salonu

Marmara Adasi, Ataturk Cad. | Marmara Merkez, Marmara Island, Turkey Turkish 8855239
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4 based on 4 reviews

Marmara Pide Salonu

Reviewed By AnBe1986 - Stade, Germany

We ate at this restaurant twice because the Pide here was simply amazing. The prizes are very moderate and the service was friendly. They also offer a variety of traditional local homecooked food which you should try as well.

3. Erol'un Yeri

Deniz Mah. Ataurk Cad. Avsa, Marmara, Marmara Island, Turkey Seafood 8961656
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5 based on 2 reviews

Erol'un Yeri

Reviewed By Fatih M - Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey

fiyat lar uygun. zaten avsada ki mönü aynı balık köfte :))ama en kalitelisini en uyguna yiyebileceğiniz biyer denize sıfır arkadaş daha ne olsun.. alkol fiyatlarıda uygun korkmadan gidilir.. bu sen yine ordayım az kaldı:)))

4. Meshur Elif Ana'nin Yeri

Turkeli Beldesi Manastir Cad. | Avsa, Marmara Island, Turkey Turkish 8962852
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3 based on 1 reviews

Meshur Elif Ana'nin Yeri

Reviewed By Nomadsy

Yemekler fena değil, biraz yağlı. Fiyat kalite dengesi ile ilgili sorun car, kişi başı doyarak kalkmak min 35-40tl. Fiyatları daha uygun olmalı ama ev yemeği için ideal mekan. Çiğ börekleri lezzetli. Ev yemeği üzerine çay bulunmaması büyük sorun. Ev baklavası görüntüsü ile tavlıyor ama lezzetli değil.

5. Birol Restaurant

Hukumet Caddesi, Marmara Island, Turkey Wheelchair Accessible Seafood +90 266 885 56 96
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4.5 based on 15 reviews

Birol Restaurant

Reviewed By Matt B - San Diego, California

We were greeted warmly by the staff and seated at a table of our choice. The stuffed muscles were full of flavor. We ordered a plate of 20. We enjoyed this with an ice cold bottle of beer. Subsequently we ordered two orders of fried muscles, which consisted of 24 pieces of muscles. The tartar sauce is home made and the fresh bread made this a most pleasant meal. Our two boys and nephew then wanted "Adana" kebabs. I sampled a piece from their plate and I was super pleased. Our bill was about $30. Super delicious and reasonable.

6. Kismet Aile Cay Bahcesi

Ataturk Caddesi, Marmara Island, Turkey
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5 based on 1 reviews

Kismet Aile Cay Bahcesi

Reviewed By AnBe1986 - Stade, Germany

My boyfriend is from Turkey so it is no surprise that he likes to drink traditional Turkish tea (Cay). Nearby the harbor in Marmara are many of these local tea houses. We chose this one because of its name (kismet can roughly be translated into fate - and believe me, it truly was some sort fate that we found this place). The location is hard to describe but I would say it is a little fisherman's cabin, maybe even a little shabby looking (meant in a positive way), but definitely charming. The Kismet Aile Cay Bahcesi is family run and absolutely fantastic. A lot of locals come here every day and so did we while we stayed in Marmara. (We came every day, sometimes twice a day to be honest.) They serve fantastic Cay and Turkish coffee and, of course, also other beverages such as Coke. The owners are very welcoming and so are the locals. Everyone was very interested in us and where we are coming from. You will find absolutely lovely and heartwarming people there, including the owners, which is a local couple. The owner lady bakes incredibly good and she does it every day, not just once, but several times a day - you can try her Simit or wonderful cookies and you will be surprised how cheap everything is and their hospitality is indescribably amazing (and so is her baking by the way). If you are lucky enough you can enjoy her baked goods while its still warm with your tea and/or coffee. A lovely place to hang out and experience local culture.

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