We spent the first few days of our holiday in Gocek, near Fethiye.
We stayed in the Gocek Arion Hotel, on a bed and breakfast basis. It's a small, family-run hotel set in beautiful gardens - much of the produce used in the meals comes from their own garden, and the buffet-style breakfast included home-made jams and preserves. You could have omelettes or various types of egg cooked freshly too.
We had read good reviews about a restaurant near the beachfront called the Kebab Hospital - and we weren't disappointed. Despite the strange name, it serves good, fresh Turkish food. On our first visit, we had a Beyti kebab and karisik (mixed) pide, which - along with ayran and water - came to 78TL (£13). The food was excellent.
(Note: as the exchange rate was roughly 6TL to the £ while we were there, that's what all calculations are based on).
On our second day, we ventured into Fethiye, but as the heavens opened, we dashed into a little kebab place near the fish market (Balkon Kebab) to take shelter. Two chicken wraps (served with chips) along with ayran and water cost us the princely sum of 18TL (£3). Dinner in the evening was at a place called Ege Manti Evi, which we had seen advertising a promising-looking set menu. Unfortunately, that was only available at lunchtimes. Instead, we had two pides with our usual ayran and water - nice, but definitely more average than some places. The bill was 58TL (just under £10).
Dinner on our final.night in Gocek was at the Kebab Hospital again - liver and kofte guvec, served with salad and kisir. 98TL (£16). Oh, and in both places, we had the balloon bread and mezes to start with.