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Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum welcomes in Summer with new fish restaurant, “Bodrum Balikçisi”!

Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum exterior
Turkey’s most exclusive resort, Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, is offering an exciting culinary experience at its newly opened fish restaurant, Bodrum Balıkçısı. Home to the region’s best fine dining, Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum now features eleven restaurants and bars providing innovative cuisine in stylish and sophisticated surroundings with expansive views over the resort and Aegean Sea.

Opened in time for the 2015 summer season, the new restaurant extends the range of dining options available at Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum’s existing bars and restaurants, Sofra, Assaggio, Kurochan, Juju Bar, Juju Beach & Bistro, Blue Beach Club & Bar, Pool Bar & Restaurant, Mandarin Bar, and Mandarin Cake Shop & Terrace Lounge.

An authentic, Turkish fish restaurant, Bodrum Balıkçısı fits easily into the enchanting ambiance of Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum’s natural setting. Its menu of traditional dishes includes seafood, casseroles and grilled fish, and local cuisine interpreted with a refined touch.

With starters featuring a variety of tapas-style mezzes and mouth-watering seafood appetizers, such as calamari and octopus, Turkish celebrity chef, Dursun Ali, will ensure every guest receives a traditionally warm and welcoming dining experience. All dishes are prepared fresh each day, using the highest quality ingredients.

Distinguished by its panoramic views, mouth-watering savoury dishes, and swift and personal service, Bodrum Balıkçısı will provide a memorable experience. The open display of fresh vegetables in wooden crates, fish and seafood on ice, and dried peppers and spices on the wall gives the restaurant a relaxed, market-place feel. Featuring a live lobster tank, the restaurant will surely become one of the region’s must-see dining spots.

Bodrum Balıkçısı is open seven days a week from 7pm to midnight.

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