Just down the hill from the Esbelli neighborhood, toward the center of Ürgüp, Dimrit Café & Restaurant is good for lunch or dinner.
An old stone house set high on a rock outcrop has been converted to dining rooms, with more below. There’s an open-air terrace with spectacular views of the town and the valley.
The restaurant offers a full list of Turkish and international dishes at moderate prices, with careful service.
From the center of Ürgüp it’s a 650-meter (4/10-mile, 12-minute) walk uphill along Ahmet Refik Caddesi (map).