Miss. Delicious #77 : Seraser in the Old Town of Kaleici (Antalya)

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Dear Steemit friends :

Every now and then, I like to go somewhere against the grain of popular opinion. Somewhere that people have told me isn't worth going to, or somewhere that is too touristy, full of people, uncultured, ugly.. the reasons go on. For my time in Turkey, one such place was Antalya.

Having experienced and seen the beauty and depth of Turkey first hand, I became curious as to why Antalya was singled out as being a notorious tourist spot with no real history and culture to experience, surely all the millions of people who visit there each year have experiences worth taking home with them?

In this edition of Miss. Delicious, we'll be venturing into the heart of the Antalya, deep in the old town district known as Kaleici. Aside from the gorgeous food that is to follow, take your time in admiring some of the surpsingly intact ancient buildings that remain in this little town.

Though evident in age, the Hadrian Gate, is a beautifully intact rustic building that oozes Roman style architecture, reminding us of the rich heritage this, and many other places in Turkey hold.

Legend says that the Queen of Sheba passed through an earlier iteration of these gates. For us, passing through this gate with four pylons and triple arches, grants us passage to the old town of Kaleici and a visit to our restaurant of choice.

Located just a few gentle minutes inside the old city, we arrive at Seraser fine dining restaurant.
It's not a grand entrance, comparable to the likes of say, The Dorchester or The Ritz, but then, Seraser isn't trying to give that kind of fine dining impression, instead, it fits in effortlessly with the local old town motifs and welcomes it's guests through a small side entrance, labelled with only a small plaque and minimalist hanging banner.

You probably wouldn't think of entering this place unless it was your intention all along, and in that vain, I really appreciate it's low profile approach. You will find that the exclusivity comes without the garish illusion of grand luxury fine dining, and surprisingly, a price tag to scorn at.

What you might not notice or even know, is that Seraser is a member of Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs.

What exactly is that you might ask?

Here is the description from Wikipedia.

Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs is an international gastronomic society founded in Paris in 1950. The Chaîne is based on the traditions and practices of the old French royal guild of goose roasters, whose authority gradually expanded to the roasting of all poultry, meat and game. It is dedicated to fine cuisine and promoting and developing the gastronomic values while at the same time widening its focus to table art.

Entering the restaurant, you suddenly feel like you've entered the garden of someone very important. As if you are the guest of a Royal. Indeed, the mansion house used to belong to a Royal some 300 years ago!

Being a member of a long time secret society of the gastronomic arts, Seraser has done exceptionally well in creating an environment that not only titillates the eyes, but also arouses the stomach.

Before sitting down, I recommend you take a walk around the courtyard, frame your mind and senses for the occassion. It isn't just about the food at Seraser, it's about the people, the place and the experience.

Ambient lighting with various kinds of lanterns, and lamps help with calming down and engaging relaxation mode. You will find quite a few places other than the dining tables to sit down and relax with a drink. After-all, gastronomy is as much about the food, as it is the infusion of art, culture of food through service.

It also helps that the restaurant is enriched with so much vegetation. There are plants, trees and vines absolutely everywhere.
Parts of the dining area are almost covered in lush green trees, shading the guests from the sun whilst the dim lamps create an ever so romantic atmosphere.

Further down the courtyard, you'll also find an interesting area devoid of tables and chairs. This place is decorated with some pottery, vases, and even a mini fountain. A wonderful area to waltz to when you feel a sense of claustrophobia.

Before sitting down, I was pleasantly greeted by a family of cats who seem to have made this restaurant their forever home. Unlike other ferral cats I have come cross, these are very friendly and constantly brushed themselves against my feet and legs as I walked around, and even when I sat down at my table.

The Menu


The first order of the day, and a perfect way to cool down from the heat and to prepare for the food to come.

On the left, my all time favourite drink (if you ever want to buy me a drink then this is the one to get!) Pina Colada. And on the right, we have the in-house Paradise Cocktail which consists of grenadine, coconut rum, pineapple juice, and Blue Curaçao. I had a sip of this one but Tania is no doubt a better drinker than I, because I felt a rush of dizziness almost immediately after a sip!


First up, we have the Moules Mariniere. These are Steamed French Provance style mussels in fruity Sauvignon Blanc. I personally really like anything of the seafood variety, and was most impressed with the slight alcoholic tinge combined with fresh-off-the-sea rawness.

These sesame seed doughballs are complimentary and served as a perfect activator for the appetite. I actually asked for a second serving of these, because they tasted so good with the Mussels.

Grilled Jumbo Shrimps & Aegen Herbs Cream - Grilled Jumbo shrimps; Aegen herbs cream and artichoke in olive oil.

The prawns are delectable, if only a bit small in serving size. In China, we eat prawns by the kilogram, so two jumbo shrimps really felt like nothing at all - I guess it served it's purpose as an appetizer though.

Cuttlefish Alla Sicula. Opting for more variety over sheer quantity, this was the third starter we opted for. Luckily, the serving sizes are quite small so the diversity is actually very welcomed. This particular dish consists of Sauteed cuttlefish with aged sweet passito; sun dried tomato, parisienne vegetables, capers, fried soya and vegetable ravioli.

It's almost hard to believe that all of that can be summed up into such a small cup size dish.

Sea Bass Wrapped in Wine Leaves

Sticking to the nominal serving sizes of the starters, this dish which consists of Sea bass wrapped in vine leaves; pepper salad and lemon & butter sauce is actually a main course.

I've never eaten wine leaves before, let alone wrapped around Sea Bass, it kind of tastes like a mediterranean version of sushi, except replace seaweed with wine leaves, and cooked seabass with raw fish. Definitely an fusion of tastes which require every bit of the platter to make it taste whole.

Octopus with Santorini Style

Grilled octopus; fried zucchini, potato and vanilla cream sauce, this dish brings back fond memories of my visit to Santorini last year. Although my recollection of the foods I tasted there are a distant memory, I remember how fresh the seafood was, as if I was tasting the sea.

Here, I'm sure the Octopus was alive just moments before it ended up on my plate. The tough chewy texture of the meat unleashed a hint of sea every bite you take but it's grilled preparation allows you to enjoy it like you would at a nightmarket on a skewer. A perfect blend of fine preparation and analogy of local folk style food.

I highly recommend the fried zucchini. Usually it can taste a bit bland because of it's large size, but here it is strips that have so much more surface area to absorb the cream and sea like taste of octopus. It's also a completely different texture to the octopus - a crunchy fried chip like taste, except much more delicate.

And that wraps up our visit to the secret Gastronomic restaurant that is Seraser, hidden in the heart of Kaleici, the old town within Turkey's Antalya. Who said there was nothing worth visiting in Antalya? You just have to go exploring a bit more, and be willing to walk in places through the side door sometimes..

As always, if you liked my post, give it an upvote, do follow me to stay up to date with my adventures, and leave a comment to let me know what you think!

P.S. I'm currently travelling in a new location which I will reveal in the next post. With so much of Turkey left to blog about, expect to find a mixture of posts about different places for the next few!





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the Hadrian Gate, the gate was beautifully intact rustic building that oozes Roman style architecture, which indeed in rich with the heritage of the place.

The Antalya there’s history and culture which you had great experience on the people who visit there place is worth it.

Though evident in age, the Hadrian Gate,
is a beautifully intact rustic building that oozes Roman
style architecture, reminding us of the rich heritage was amazing wow.

The food
Grilled Jumbo Shrimps & Aegen Herbs Cream, Aegen herbs cream and artichoke in olive oil.the sesame seed doughballs are complimentary and served as a perfect. the Moules Mariniere. Which are Steamed French Provance style mussels in fruity Sauvignon Blanc, im getting hungry now..

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really it is amazing, I like your comment, it is wonderful, I can not believe it.

Will stop by Sereser when i'm in town..

there is something romantic about courtyard restaurants.

I remember one in particular from my university days and nothing can match the intimacy and romance of being safely walled within your own private garden that's open to the sky.

Of course the plants contribute to the ambiance as does the subdued lighting that conjures the atmosphere of candlelight.

Great restaurants always merge with and complement their surroundings and Seraser does that.

Nestled in the midst of ancient buildings its quiet and unobtrusive presence bespeaks style, grace and tradition.

The seafood entries were visually appealing as well as the colourful drinks.

As you so aptly put in in your review, 'gastronomy is as much about the food, as it is the infusion of art, culture of food through service.' Exactly.

The goal of a restaurant who's intention is to provide fine dining and an excellent cuisine is to relax you-not impress you, and Seraser does that.

I found it charming that several cats have 'adopted' the restaurant and made it their home. Nothing is more cozy and relaxing that a purring cat!

A beautiful dining experience, @sweetsssj, with gorgeous photos and an articulate review. You left the reader intrigued by the magic of fine dining in a historic setting.



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Having experienced and seen the beauty and depth of Turkey first hand, I became curious as to why Antalya was singled out as being a notorious tourist spot with no real history and culture to experience, surely all the millions of people who visit there each year have experiences worth taking home with them?

In this edition of Miss. Delicious, we'll be venturing into the heart of the Antalya, deep in the old town district known as Kaleici. Aside from the gorgeous food that is to follow, take your time in admiring some of the surpsingly intact ancient buildings that remain in this little town.


Ancient buildings sounds cool... what kind?

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Stepped by to show some love. Pictures this time around are absolutely beautiful. I've has mussels before and didnt like them. The shrimp looks pretty friggin good though.The Queen of Sheba, raised my antennas. People often forget the relative close proximity from Turkey to Africa.


hi geechidan! thanks for the love :)
Mussels can taste quite strange.. they're a bit tougher than oysters, but tend to retain a lot more of the taste of whatever waters they were scooped out from. It's quite amazing the amount of historical significance Turkey has.. did you know, it has more ancient Roman cities than Italy?


Very interesting. So that means that Rome was well versed with Africa.

nice photos~~~

This is awesome travel with you and enjoy the places @sweetsssj. The inside and out view of the restaurant is stunning and reminds me home like calm and relaxing and refreshing environment. Again thanks for sharing your experience with us.

You take perfect photos, can i ask you what camera do you usually use?


thanks my dear, I usually use a Sony A9, the pictures here I used my Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens with a metabones converter


Thank you very much :)

@sweetsssj : this post is much different from some of your posts ago.
I can judge you in how to dress.
in my opinion, the possibility of a place that supports you in wearing clothing
and here you appreciate the place or area.
thank you interesting post and I will wait for your next post.


Interesting observation! 😃 😄 I hope you have a wonderful day!

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I was at Kaleiçi last week after went olympos-çıralı.(you must see the ancient city) if you hurry, you can see last caretta-carettas. (Sea is perfect at olympos-çıralı)

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Wow what a fantastic post! You made a beautiful destination out of nothing, as you indicated you have to really dig for gold when it comes to less known places of attraction.

But once I read the post, now it seems straight out of a fairy tale!

The food that you laid out in the post made me drool, and the fried zuccini is my favorite now - although it was difficult to choose out of all the gastronomical delights that you have highlighted. The images make it so real - I felt like I was at the table in person.

What do you use for food photography - DSLR with a lens or just a good smartphone? Just curious - excellent photography throughout by the way.

Can't wait for you to reveal your next destination!


thank you maxabit, to answer your question about photography, I usually use a 50mm f/1.4 prime lens with a Canon 5D MKii or with a metabones adaptor on a Sony A9. It's not always convenient to have a large DSLR with me though, so when it's less convenient, I just use my iPhone!

Welcome back sweetsssj! :)
It's been like, a more than a week since your last post. Been busy enjoying your travels and wonderful adventures, we missed you a lot!

All can i say is WOW, what a wonderful town, it's roman architecture really stands out. The earthy bricks is a great foundation and takes you back in time. Bringing in lush vegetationsets a serene atmosphere and just makes you to just relax, order some savory food and take a sip of your favorite Pina Colada. And as always, lovely colorful dress! Looking gorgeous & vibrant, so very you. <3

BTW: Just a week ago, i came back from vacation in our province named Aklan, the home of the famous island Boracay (if you ever have heard about it. :D) and i'm currently starting to blog my trip. If you ever have the time, do check out the first post in my series:


Thanks @sweetssj!!! More power and live life to it's fullest! :)


thank you yuki! Aren't you happy to see the cats ??


I am always happy to see our friendly purring feline fellows. And i also get a visit from the big dogs of our neighbors too. If i could only get to have a pet here. You know what i would love to have?

A chinchilla! :D

You are always so Beautiful and willing to share the World with everyone on Steemit. We have one thing in common we joined Steemit in August of 2016. The Restaurant looked like it was very nice. Your Pictures are always so Vivid and Stunning in your postings. Thank you for sharing this with us @sweetsssj. Cheers


thank you stokjockey, wow.. we both joined in the same month, that's quite amazing! I'm glad to see that after over a year that you're still here! Hope to see you around a bit more :)


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Finally back After 11 days , missing you so much . Where were you ? This is very cool place and you look too lovely in this outfit , amazing color combination. You surprise me every time with your unique looks , very pretty . I love the way you explained so many things very easily and giving the readers feel as if they are actually travelling and experience the same as you. It happens with me at least , great variety of food even don't know how it tastes but looks nice. I don't know what is special about this post , something different , a different style and looks like new edition of Miss Delicious . Amazing work , well I am out of words . Missed you , your beautiful smile. Keep smiling and have fun. 😊


vikbuddy! I missed you too.. I did have time to come by your blog and vote on one or two though. I've been travelling to a completely different part of the world so just got caught up with that. Fear not though, all of my adventures will be blogged about eventually haha, hopefully not too infrequently as well. Anyway, I won't make you wait 11 days again, promise!

Very cool! You are absolutely right that sometimes you have to disregard what you hear and just see and experience a place for yourself. You never know what you might find! Looks like it paid of at least with a delicious meal here :)


Absolutely agree! It's actually amazing to walk into this old town, the restaurant was just one little gem in the backdrop of many. Hopefully I can show everyone what this town is like a bit more as well.


Please do! You really do a nice job making us feel like we are there with you, so we look forward to more :)

Hadbeen keeping vigil to get your post on time but alas...am late! was away on trip and came back to find out your post came in already but its ok... better a bit late than never... you my best in steeming...
Beautiful old town of Kaleici and the restaurant... Seraser with its unique architecture is truly beautiful and a place to be... ...love how the settings of seats and lights are placed
and the dishes...i trust you for always getting me salivating... the Sea Bass Wrapped in Wine Leaves hmmm and other dishes... yummie!
nice post as always... although i blog on different subject which may not interest you since you only love travel and foods but am learning from you and enjoying it!
But i wish you also find time to look at mine so as to garnish it with your intelligent comment ;)

Thanks as always

I bet those sesame seed dough balls were tasty

A long waited post and you did very well as usual @sweetsssj the coctail below looks great but you look very beautiful on the pic

hence you always have my upvote due to your awesome quality posts. Are you interested in video? see my latest post on Dtube vs Youtube. I wish you more success and stay safe.

Really pretty good interior view, and look more beutiful when you are inside, nice to look at this pictures.

Firstly.. i want to say that, you are really very beautiful and gorgeous and also looking great in this dress. I am new here and don't know much about you.
Is visiting your hobby??

@sweetsssj, there is one major thing I like about your post is the originality. You are doing a great work to promote cultural heritage and national value. It's in you.
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thank you travelguide, you have some great camera's in there. I'm actually quite familiar with the Panasonic Tz range, and of course the Sony Alpha, given that I own a Sony A9 and various Tz shooters. I would also point out that the Canon G7X series are also superb cameras that I would recommend if the DSLR's or Sony Alphas are out of the budge range!


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the atmosphere is very beautiful clean and looks luxurious although the City of Antalya is classified as the old city, from which I see very classical and beautiful, and the food menu at the restaurant is amazing, it is seraser Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs ...., extraordinary and very-very nice of course ..., great trip @sweetsssj, I wait for the next story, greetings from your fans in Indonesia

Seraser in the Old Town of Kaleici (Antalya), the history speaks itself. i love the food and the place too..the restaurant is perfect to visit and have a good dinner as you show us the food , wow it looks so tasty, the video was very detailed and its wonderful, i love your excellent content..

you look like a beautiful princess on the roman times.
the photo shoot is very excellent, the texture and the contrast was very great, the color combination of your dress is so wonderful , i love it all..

thanks for sharing your personal travel with us..

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your loyal fans are happy to see you again specially @mrblu

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thank you dear, upped! :)


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i like your style buddy keep it up, thanks for supporting our sweetsssj..long live

Awesome photography @sweeetsssj of seraser the restaurant looks beautiful :) Thank you for sharing awesome moments with us


you're welcome irfansardar, and thanks for the comment!

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Wow, this is a really nice idea!

Wow !
So yummy foods .
Beautiful photos !!
Thatz why I made this for you and posted few days ago !



thanks akkha, really good job! that's so sweet :) :)


Thank you so much ! You also sweet my friend !!
Did you check the post dedicated for you ?
But this post missed your Upv !


Nice post!!! 😃 😄 I hope you have a wonderful day!


Thank you !
You too have a wonderful day !!


You're welcome. Have you climbed Mt. Everest? 😀 😃 😄 😁 😆


No dear friend ! Its hard to climb Mt Everest for normal people like us.


What do you mean normal people? LOL 😀 😃 😄 😁 😆


Hehehe ... I min for non professional climbers .


Sounds like fun! Where are you from?

Hello sweetsssj!
You're beautiful as always!
Quality post, all photos are bright and rich!
I like how you put them together in one post. Everything is so harmoniously.
I love cocktails, and I love shrieks :)
You have a beautiful decoration.


hi andrianna, thanks for the big vote of confidence! Lovely to see you :)

You are adventurer girl @sweetsssj. Your post always waited by thousands people all over the world, couse your post tell us many stories that never we know before. You show ancient town and country that we never visit. You are really amazing. I do appreciate every your travel and your post. May God always give you health.


thank you safran, you're so kind, I hope I can continue to give you good stories to read in the future :)


I will wait your next story my kind friend @sweetsssj .

Delightful you and your posts as well. I want to peruse every last post of yours. Once in a while I don't motivate time to peruse the full substance however I ensure that at whatever point I am free I read the entire thing. A debt of gratitude is in order for sharing...

Wow! Nice Places and good food. i wish i could go there some other time

Wow this was a really great post!! I would love to travel here one day! You look really beautiful in your outfits girl! I am really into fashion as well...if your interested come check out my page! I am new steemit and it would be an honor to have you follow me!

seems like you spend a awesome journey and your photography is just fantastic and I have read 1 novel in which the writer expresses the beauty of turkey after watching your post I admit it that Turkey is counted in 1 of the beautiful countries of the world when I'll get the opportunity I will definitely visit this country..😍


I'm so happy to hear that! Turkey definitely deserves more attention, it's historical significance is often under appreciated!

a very beautiful place, I also want to go around the world and free like @sweetsssj, I am very impressed with you, you are my motivation to keep working on steemit

The sea Bass Wrapped in Wine Leaves looks really interesting love you pictures as usual. True what you said about that prawns that looks like one piece.
What camera do you use if i may ask? Always love your articles really very inspiring.

Awesome and so beautiful @sweetsssj
Nice to visit there
Thanks for sharing


you're welcome!

hi there, i think you are not only to see perfect meals but also perfect places . Antalya like the rest of other city of Turkey has put together the great history with delicious meat and not mention about perfect sea. here is my advice if you interesedted in you definiatly go to the diving tour . have fun. and please follow me to :-)
p.s.:iy you would like to ask about Turkey here I am .

Sweetss, have you stopped by the #rapchallenge. I've been kicking butt and taking names. Would love to see you slide through. Competition and submission is the end of this week.

Wow Antalya is a wonderful and eye catching place to go. It's upon my wishlist . And the way you described it is wonder. Lovely!!


this is just the old part of Antalya, called Kaleici.

Good read.. thank you for sharing this with us.

And if you really like good food and history, both in the same city at the same time, then Lahore (Pakistan) should be your next destination :) I am sure you will fall in love with this place the moment you enter here.


Thank you my friend, I will keep that in mind for my next few visits! :)


That'll be great! :)

Hi sister
You looking fabulous in pictures
I m glad to see you again
Love this post
Upvoted and resteem

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Cool :) .. but i have just one question..Did the guy that stands at the bar made your Pina Colada?

firstly, good to read your post again
secondly, location is amazing and looks different this time
Seraser looks like a fantastic restaurant.
you looking damn gorgeous ever
overall i enjoy this post
love it


thank you gkumar, well summarised! :)


most welcome

Nice wish everybody has this kind of writing blogs keep helping new user like me nd other steem user grow on steem similar to you
.... keep steeming


thank you sid9999! :)

i know the restaurant i stayed nearby in a youth hostel , it a beautiful part of the city , i would love to eat there next time i visit as last time i was there i sort of lived on corn on the cob from the street sellers , which were really good and the biggest corn on the cobs i have ever seen , ;-) try one they are nice

I envy you so much.It's a great tourist.

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@sweetsssj - Oh my - I have missed your blogs for last 10 days. No wonder - you are traveling to a new secret location ! LOL

You were right to go against public opinion and visit Antalaya. Many times, places are a bit notorious due to throngs of tourists but that does not mean there is nothing worth seeing or experiencing

I loved the old Hardrian gate. Your passing through, wearing your blue and pink long dress - you must have looked as grand as Queen of Sheeba.

It is amazing that the Seraser is a member of international gastronomic society which is 300 years old! WOW!!

The nice outdoor dining area looks really enticing. I loved your photo with the earthen pots and with cranes sculpture in the background. That is a great sculpture.

I will definitely buy you a Pina colada if we ever meet. For myself, in that restaurant, I will only order Pina colada and the steamed mussels. I would feel very happy with that meal!

Thanks for sharing this wonderful blog. Fully upvoted.

Good to see you back. I hope you find some time to visit my blogs. Have been missing your comments. If you honor my latest blogs with a visit, it will enrich my Steemit experience. Thanks



vm2904, so lovely to see you here active and well. I'm always so flattered by your comments that I don't know how to respond! So... I guess I'll say thank you very much, I always appreciate it, and I'll always have time to drop by your blog. I look forward to that Pina Colada! :)


You dont have to thank me. Just keep posting your lovely blogs friend. Looking forward to your visits often to my blogs too. You are an experience blogger and Senior Steemian - I always appreciate your support and guidance. Thanks

@sweetsssj You are so beautiful and so are your blogs. I do travelogs too because I love writing about my travels and the places I've been too. You might want to check some. 😊 Turkey's Antalya doesnt look bad at all. It's like a hidden paradise. ❤

Excellent post i would like you visit once a waterfall Angel in venezuela.

I'm seriously happy to see the old building intact, I mean, people don't understand the beauty of old and ancient architecture and go to destroy them. I'm not into this kinda food but will surely go someday there and try cocktails, they look yumm!

This post was very informative thank you for sharing
you have my upvote
Keep smiling, reading, writing and voting!!!

Hello, my name is Nadine and I am new on steemit. Maybe you can check out my post as well and follow back. Thank you :-)
I really like your post. Super interesting. Great!!!

These look really delicious!These are some incredible pictures! I loved your work!

Loving the places you visited and the food was great.

Seraser looks like a fantastic restaurant. I don't think I would be able to find it there unless I knew about it before hand.

I am interested about trying wine leaves now. I haven't heard of it being used in cuisine before.


Yes! It's actually a bit of a gem, i'm surprised they don't make more effort to advertise themselves.. but then again, they're a part of some exclusive secret society of gastronomers.. maybe that's why! :)


yeah makes sense!

Wow !! The drinks and food all look fantastic ! Another great post , thanks so much for sharing with us !! I @karenmckersie all ready followed you a long time and have now started another account at @momskitchen an all food and drinks blog that I hope you decide to follow me there !! I will upvote and resteem your posts to share with all my foodie followers , as I like to have a variety as well in my feed and blog !! Thanks !😋😋😋😋😋

Superb content by @sweetsssj

Hello my sista, how are you? I love your photos and I have the same to yours in my current post. Have a nice day. Regard




Wow the images are wonderful.....you look beautiful in this colourful outfit.....I love reading your posts








怪不得毫无违和感呢 😁 美美哒

@sweetsssj ^^ you are so beautiful .. i wish to travel around the world like you .. you are the model i want to aim for .. i want you to reply to my comment .. i want to hear you share , and hope you accept my friend

I find every city has something worth seeing whether it's a restaurant, monument, castle, etc. It really stresses me out knowing I can't see it all. Antalya is a city I'd love to see but I think Turks would recommend against it due to Bodrum or Marmaris being a bit nicer in their minds. I have yet to visit Turkey's west coast so I can't really comment.

Why don't you come to Nigeria? Believe me, you'll enjoy our warm hospitality

Thank you for posting this lovely moment in time for you. Love it. Followed...

I would highly recommend you to visit Kaş in Antalya. That's gorgeous place.


thank you kenan, sadly I didn't get the opportunity this time, but it's on my bucketlist for the next time :)!

It looks like a fun travel @sweetsssj, visiting new places. your posts are always inspiring, very interesting to follow. Thank you for share this article to us all.


thank you herzaseptian, always a pleasure :)


You are very welcome dear. ;)

what a cute place ,, and I love your clothes looks cool colorful and nice

WOw! All your photos are super cool ....glad to have you here

still in turki huh @sweetsssj?
it seems like you are very happy in this country. With the beauty that exists in this country, so you stay longer here ..bravo 👏

Your posts are always charming and full of beauty and colors,,,, and food too.
Love to read them and it feels like that I am also experiencing the same feeling as you had during the visit. Thank you for sharing such a nice post! Upvoted and Resteemed
Check out my post too!
Exploring The Real Beauty OF Pakistan!!! Part 9-Gwadar Port-CPEC

Nice travel. I like your post. Thanks for share information

I resteem now

a very good post sweetsssj sister


i'm glad you enjoyed it, thanks for dropping by sister :)

Such a detailed and descriptive post as usual! I love the little courtyard and the archway\bar within. You do such a fantastic job. Any plans to visit San Francisco? I would love to be in one of your blogs:)

I like your photos

wow what a beautiful post this is i loved the drink too much haha :D

Great post. Interesting tourist destination and very beautiful. Hopefully someday I can visit there. Success is always for you @sweetsssj. Regards.


thank you my dear, appreciate it :)


Ur welcome @sweetsssj, Please help improve my skills in this community to be like you. Thanks :)

Hello. Nice photo.
Can you tell me next travel spot? I wonder about your plan :)


haha, you will find out very soon :)

You really make me feel like I'm there with you! Fantastic post (as are all of your posts!!). We can't wait to read more and go along with you wherever you take us! :)

U are so lucky that u get to travel to so much cities , and I love ur sense of adventure , like not following what the majority says about a place but rather testing it out for urself to see if it's worth the time or not , I really love that , and seeing from ur pictures Antalya seems like an amazing place with lots of historical value , and sights I love historical sights , as it gives me a feeling of walking into historical times kind of magical :-) and the foods they look absolutely yummy ! The way u describe them makes my belly tingle with hunger . Thanks for sharing and enjoy ur trip in turkey !


thank you! I think it's a risk sometimes because obviously some places really are not worth going to, but atleast with Antalya, all of the stories seem to be baseless so I took a risk and it seemed to pay off! I love how so much history is still retained in this part of town, the restaurant, and the streets it is a part of, all have a very strong sense of identity, rooted in the local history. Fantastic!


One of my friends are from there. Have you ever been to South Africa?


That's true , but sometimes taking the risk can create for a different opinion of the place, I'm glad that this place wasn't a disappointment :-) .

wow... amazing beautiful..

Awesome, amazing pictures...

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great post sweetsssj! keep it up! and thanks again for following!


thank you ahlawat, I will keep posting! :)

Do not miss rafting in manavgat and other waterfalls... All of them can be reached less than an hour.

Thank you very much sweetsssj. Have resteemed your post.

Hey girl, great to see that you don't go for what people say, just thinking out the box. I want to taste fried zucchini looks amazing, hope one day you can give me advices to grow traveling as you do. I'll be waiting your next post, they all are awesome!!

Hii.... Kee healthy, nice place for destination.... Great caffe... Cool!


thanks! :)

Hai @sweetsssj,senang bisa bertemu dengan anda.

It looks so cozy and romantic!
Food is high class as well and I only can imagine how good it was. Enjoy your trip turkey if you are still there


soldier! Thanks so much, it was really romantic indeed.. I don't know if you have the opportunity to speak with Tony, but I've been cut off from Steemit.chat ever since a bunch of people tried to impersonate me and scam people. Just let him know i'll be on soon.


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thank you dear :)

very beautiful setup of pictures and blog ur post attract the steemians due to ur words and pictures combination ,dear sweetsssj