From delicious stuffed pumpkin flowers to your choice of fresh seafood from a wet fish counter in some restaurants, you'll soon understand why some people holiday in Akyaka simply for the quality of its food.
With its spectacular views out over the bay and a menu that has European as well as Turkish dishes, Big Blue is renowned for the quality and variety of its food. From Thai to Turkish as well as a good selection of vegetarian dishes, Big Blue caters to all tastes.
Luscious baked halva and exotic quince cheese are just two of the dessert goodies on offer at Kordon restaurant. If you're looking for a light meal, then the baked stuffed mushrooms are gorgeous, or alternatively sample the stuffed Calmari. More substantial meals are also on offer at this gem of a restaurant.
With its fantastic mezze and its delicious sizzling grilled meats, Mev has a wonderful menu. Start the day with a traditional Turkish breakfast, then move on to a burger or pizza for lunch – but be sure to try the restaurant's seafood casserole for dinner.
Situated on the banks of the Azmak river, this stunning restaurant is famous for its kalmari, mezze and its seafood. It's even possible to dip your feet into the refreshingly cool water while enjoying your meal. For a reasonably-priced eating experience, head down to Orfoz.
Every dish looks like a work of art, and with a fantastic choice of dishes, you're in for a treat when visiting this restaurant. With its contemporary vibe, wonderful steaks, and predominantly Argentinian menu, this is the place to come for a really satisfying meal on your Turkey holiday.
Something out of the ordinary is in store for you when you dine at Caretta Bistro – you can take a gastro trip around the Mediterranean when eating here. From seafood pasta to some delicious local dishes, this brightly-decorated restaurant is always inviting.
Pilaffs, mezze and other traditional Turkish treats are all on the menu here. Free watermelon, delicious Turkish bread and dips are also offered at this reasonably-priced establishment.
An evening of live music, dancing and wonderful food is to be found at Akyaka Azmak Restaurant. Lamb features prominently on the menu, either in kofte form – meatballs – or as part of a mixed grill. The range of salads is both colourful and tasty, and shows off the diversity of the region's vegetable crop.
The seafront is the place to head for if you want to sample some wonderful fish and chips, or your palate needs to sample some Mexican food. With wonderful steaks on offer as well as very competitively priced house wine, a meal here won't break the bank and will give you a dining experience to remember. All this makes it the venue of choice for those on cheap holidays to the Dalaman region.
Situated on the Azmak river, in the middle of some of the most stunning scenery in the region, you're in for a treat when dining at Nadir Usta. With samphire on offer to accompany your fish, and a fantastic assortment of dishes that make up the mezze, complete with bread baked in the village every day, this restaurant has a passion for the food it offers and every dish is served with style and with love.