Arikanda River Garden restaurant, the only address to pamper your love....
Those who are looking for a great place for special days...
SPECIAL ARIKANDA SPICY CHICKEN
SPECIAL CREAMY GARLIC CHICKEN TOPPED WITH CHEESE
SPECIAL STAEK SLICES IN GARLIC TOMATO SAUCE
LAMB MOUSSAKA (FOR 2 )
ROAST LAMB SHANK (6 HOURS NOTICE)
CHILLI ADANA KEBAB
ANATOLIAN STYLE ALA NAZIK KEBAB
GRILLED LAMB CHOPS
SPECIAL ARIKANDA SPICY BEEF
Arikanda river garden hotel adrasan has 120 seat natural beautiful, relaxing river setting restaurant. All dietary preferences catered for.
Arikanda river garden hotel restaurant at cavus bay turkey offer traditional Turkish dishes and a few local specialities. Cuisine in the village makes use of fresh ingredients, such as tomatoes, eggplant (aubergine), capsicum, garlic and cucumber, and combines them with flavoursome herbs and spices, such as pepper, cumin, mint, oregano, parsley, thyme and paprika. Lamb is the favourite meat, although beef and chicken are also eaten. With adrasan (cavus bay) being by the sea, you can also be sure to find plenty of fish and seafood dishes within the our restaurant menu.
Arikanda restaurant is great place if you are vegetarian because the head chef has international experience and the best vegetarian selection on their menu in all of Adrasan (Cavus bay).
As we have a traditional stone oven, we also offer our guests fantastic, authentic Turkish dishes such as lamb shank, moussaka, white bean dish, Turkish bread(Anatolian style naan bread). Traditional Turkish food and Turkish pizzas in clay oven, Large chooses for the veggies, World dishes from our famous international chef and 3 good experience chefs,
Every Wednesday B.B.Q PARTY at Arikanda riverside Cavus bay ( a long side of lycian way walk adrasan turkey.
Kebabs are as popular here as anywhere in the country and they are generally served with salad and sauce in a pocket of pita bread. If you are a fan of eggplant, be sure to try the stuffed eggplant dish known as 'patlican dolmasi' or the eggplant salad named 'patlican salatasi'. If visiting Adrasan between March and June, mackerel, seabass,prawn, calamari and anchovies are the main fish eaten.
In the hot Turkish Summer, many prefer a lighter meal consisting of seasonal vegetables and fruits.our restaurant serves summer meal’s usually made up freshly from fried vegetables (such as eggplant, potatoes, zucchini, and green peppers) served with yoghurt, tomato sauce, selection of cheese, cucumbers, tomatoes, watermelons, melons or other fruits.