The bar and restaurant are situated in the 'cavern' which is adjacent to the pool. In the centre of the large dining room is a stage (nightly entertainment), while the tables are laid with aqua-coloured tablecloths. The restaurant also features a big screen TV and rustic-style iron chandelier, while the bar area is decorated with 'stalactites,' continuing the cavern theme.
Food is mostly international (more specifically, British, to please the majority of guests) with some Turkish dishes. During our stay we requested authentic Turkish food and sampled a delicious meze of dolma (stuffed vine leaves), imam bayildi (braised aubergine stuffed with onion, garlic and peppers), cigira boregi (not unlike a fried spring roll, but stuffed with cheese), ezme (a spicy salad) and pita bread to dip into hummus. We then tucked into a desti kebab (lamb cooked in a sealed pot, and broken and opened in front of us), a traditional Anatolian dish.
Finally, the hotel obliges a payment system when it comes to food and beverage. Upon arrival, guests must purchase electronic "watches" or "smart bands" (£5 deposit) and top them up in advance. When ordering food and drink or purchasing goods from the mini market, the amount will be deducted from the watch and then any money left over on the watch will be refunded upon departure.