Recently visited Sirince, a popular 'genuine Turkish village' (popular means several organised coach tours spotted whilst we were there). Definitely a place to visit - steep winding streets, lots of little shops, a genuine souk, and many, many restaurants. We found this one tucked away up a side street and were very glad we stopped. Real rustic food - very simple, and all the better for that. Once we'd placed our order, the owner went off to light the fire, and we enjoyed fresh bread, fried spinach and yoghurt, with just-pressed pomegranate juice, ayran, and a simple salad. Finished with baklava dripping in honey. Lovely views over the valley. And don't miss out on a trip to Umut's Jade Jewellery store to view some fascinating artwork. We didn't plan to, but we'll be back to this village again next week !
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