We always visit Thyssanos when staying at Sogut simply because of their innovative dishes - different from the normal Turkish offering and packed with flavour. White tablecloths and napkins, quality glassware and attentive service. This year's discoveries included a green bean meze cooked in garlic, olive oil and butter - simply delicious and very memorable - we couldn't find a tastier way of enjoying vegetables. Other memorable courses included seafood borek followed by delicious prawns wrapped in filo with a dipping sauce. If you like herbal teas try the lavender and sage. The range of wines is also different from the norm - a tendency to offer other than Turkish wines - we enjoyed a nice Cotes de Provence rose as well as a Pinot Grigio. Wine is expensive these days in Turkey - expect to pay 80 T Lira for a good bottle. With the total bill in the region of 200 to 220 T Lira, the food element is good value. Go and enjoy.
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