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Kebab Restaurant
“Sultanmurat Plateau Sultan Murad Plateau located on the route of Trabzon-Caykara-Atakoy, has an elevation of 2200 m. “Yayla Ortasi Festival” is held every year on August 20. Murad IV performed Friday prayer in this plateau on the way back home from Iranian expedition dated 1653. He had stayed here for a few days. That’s why the plateau has taken the name “Sultan Murad””
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“Their desserts are very very delicious especially "Laz pastry (pie). We call it as a "Laz Borek" This dish is a specialty of Rize region, and simply a baklava like dessert filled with custard instead of nuts.. Laz Boregi has a very interesting (weird) name for those Turkish people who are not from the region, since the name 'borek' is usually used for different types of pastry dishes with variety of savory fillings, except Laz Boregi.. And Laz is, according to Wikipedia, the name of the "ethnic group native to the Black Sea coastal regions of Turkey and Georgia".. Then, the English translation for this dessert would be 'Borek of Laz People'...”
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“Their meatball which they call Akcabat Kofte is very delicious. This is a signature dish of them. Strongly recommend to eat it. Edit ”
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“"Civardaki en güzel restorandır" diyebilirim. Müşteri ayrımı yapmadan kaliteli yemekler sunuyorlar. Hizmetten memnun kalacağınızı düşünüyorum.”
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“One of the most popular and a species native to Trabzon dish is "Kuymak".A favorite breakfast staple in Turkey’s northern Black Sea region is a delicious blend of local cheeses melted together with coarsely ground corn meal in a ‘sahan’. Pieces of fresh, crusty bread are used to scoop up the mixture with your fingers. This dish is called ‘kuymak’ (kooy-MAK’) in the city of Trabzon, ‘mıhlama’ (MIH’-lah-mah) in the northeastern provinces like Erzurum and Bayburt and ‘muhlama’ (MOOH’-lah-mah) in Rize and Artvin. In Giresun and Ordu it’s called ‘yağlaş’ (YAH’-lahsh). If you go to Soumela Monastery, you would able to stop by this place.”
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Pide Place
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Kofte Place
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Cigkofte Place
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Doner Restaurant