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Anatolian Cuisine

Seten Restaurant

The name “Seten” comes from the Turkish name for the ancient round stone mill used to process grains.

In addition to a Seten stone mill, we have an original cave room used for centuries to press grapes into wine. This room is now our Wine Cave Cellar and we continue to use this traditional method to make homemade wines – visit our Wine Cave Cellar for a local wine tasting experience to remember! Savor local dishes, made fresh daily in the traditional method.

Our menu offers delicious local appetizers, soups, entrees, and desserts from across Cappadocia. Daily, the local women of Goreme prepare special items such as Yaprak Sarma (stuffed grape leaves), Çiçek dolması (stuffed pumpkin blossoms), flatbread, soups, baked okra – all in the restaurant courtyard over an open fire, tandir (tandoori)  or on traditional low wooden tables. We also offer traditional grilled items each evening.



“Kelebek Ali” – the owner of the famous Kelebek Cave Hotel has designed Seten Restaurant as a cultural center and cave wine cellar. A local from Goreme, bringing an understanding and respect for preserving the local traditions, architecture, and arts from Goreme.


Surrounded by beautiful stone arches, cave rooms and artifacts from across the region…and across the ages – enjoy a traditional Anatolian taste experience in a spectacular setting at the Seten Anatolian Restaurant

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