Cappadocia is a giant puzzle composed of several towns. One of them is Uchisar, well know for the fortress in the city center, overlooking the pigeon valley and Göreme.
Millocal Restaurant, close to the fortress and on the edge of Uchisar, is the perfect place to enjoy a meal overlooking the stunning landscape of Cappadocia.
Millocal, well located, easy access from any area in Cappadocia. If you have decided to rent a car, the restaurant has free parking.
The restaurant is one of the best in the region, so my first tip will be to make a reservation to guarantee your place.
The place is spacious, a beautiful bar with a good variety of products welcomes the guests.
The personnel is attentive to details. Everyone follows all new health protocols. One that caught my attention was that there is no physical menu; every guest can download it to their mobile or electronic device, avoiding having a menu touched by many and environmentally friendly.
Based on Turkey's geography, the menu is an exquisite blend of flavours from every country's corner.
The products are from each region and locally produced, organics and seasonal.
The details of the food presentation are captivating.
I would suggest having a bit of everything, from the starters to dessert, and share it with your party, just like Turkish tradition.
Millocal has an outstanding selection of local wines, and the personnel possess excellent knowledge about them.
The restaurant has a ground-level coffee/bar, Aperitivo. It also enjoys a terrific view, offers a good variety of drinks, coffee and tea.
Aperitivo is the ideal site to stop by after a long day exploring Cappadocia. You can connect with your loved ones worldwide (the restaurant offers complimentary WIFI), get to know other travellers, and locals or relax and enjoy the place's peaceful ambiance.
I highly recommended the place exceeds any expectation, and the service goes hand in hand.
It will be one of the culinary highlights of your journey.
What do we mean by saying “a journey to Armenia”? Walking in Yerevan? Or seeing Ararat? Or exploring Khachkars? Trying national food? Communicating with local people? Spending the night in a village house? Climbing mountains? Feeling the nature? The answer is very simple: all the above mentioned and even more.