Loved everything about this place. Apart from the wonderful people workinh there, it had amazing calamari. In 4 days I came back to eat it twice. Also, strongly recommend the waffle with ice cream and nutella.
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We entered the restaurant past some plant pots that were partially blocking our paths. This coulf have been a sign. We were met and show to our table by a young waiter in a stained vest. Thinking it would be rhude to leave we stayed...More
While all the restaurants are over crowded and you see the thick smoke streams over Kas, Papilllon is a great place to hide. Calm and lovely music taste, delicious dishes. The house's special seshlik kebab is the favorite and eggplant rolls.
This quirky, relaxed little place serves average fare at a very leisurely pace, sometimes too much. Go for the view, the chilled out music and setting more than the 'gastronomy'.
This place was really quiet when we visited but the staff were not exactly eager to serve us, a little too relaxed. The food was pretty good , a meat ravioli, with a tasty tomato sauce and a cheesy lasagne. Peach pie was a little...More
A real Gem in the very competitive Kas restaurant scene. The food was so great, we went back 2 nights in a row. A great vibe and the service is good. Try the crumbed chicken strips with curry and orange. The fillet, schnitzel and salads...More
We went back to Papillon for our final night in Kas this year and were so disappointed following our excellent experience in 2013. The location and view haven't changed and its fair to say that the cake is still excellent....however the service and length of...More
Restaurant has a nice terrace with a wonderful view. They serve homemade pasta and pies at very reasonable prices. Try the ragu and peach pie. You will bot regret it.
One of the very best restaurants in Kaş with a great sea view. Pastas were delicious we enjoyed our dinner and I would suggest this place to everyone without a second thought. Unfortunately we couldn't try famous peach and lemon cakes, maybe next time...