"This elegant gourmet restaurant is tucked away behind the fruit and nut shops on Urgup's central plaza, hidden like a well-kept secret. The entrance may not be easy to spot at first, but once you have walked through the archway and into the courtyard of the restored 250-year-old caravanserai, be prepared to be more than pleasantly surprised.
Muti, the diffident owner, is a well-known chef who previously ran several fashionable restaurants in Istanbul before settling in Cappadocia. The cuisine is sophisticated without being pretentious, the service attentive without being intrusive.
Salmon, smoked and presented on a bed of avocado and beet juice, cuttle fish ravioli enrobed in a rich creamy sauce, tender lamb shank, tenderloin of beef, braised beef with papardella... culinary delight! More expensive than other dining options in Cappadocia, but well worth splashing out for a special occasion."