Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer attended the Selluka ceremony. President Soyer presented their plaques to the owners of the historical Kemeraltı Bazaar and restaurants and fast food spots that were awarded the Selluka Certificate according to the criteria of local taste, service quality, satisfaction and gastronomy.
The award ceremony of the Selluka project, which was implemented under the coordination of the İzmir Provincial Directorate of Culture and Tourism in cooperation with the İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, was held at the İzmir Chamber of Commerce. İzmir Governor Yavuz Selim Koşger, İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer, İzmir Provincial Culture and Tourism Director Murat Karacanta, İzmir Provincial Culture and Tourism Deputy Director Kaan Erdek, Konak Mayor Abdül Batur, İZTO Chairman of the Board Mahmut Özgener, İZTO Council President Selami Özpoyraz. joined. At the ceremony, Fahrettin Tunç (Historical Sip of Sherbet), Aziz Numani (Numan Pita), Musa Nadi Altun (İzbel Gıda A.Ş) and Hakan Korkuter (Lagora Old Town Hotel Bazaar) received their awards from the hands of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer.
Free promotions of the businesses that received a plaque will be made, and tourists will visit the businesses.
“Selluka Certificate and Plaque” was given to restaurants, restaurants, fast food outlets and businesses selling food products in and around Kemeraltı, covering an area of 270 hectares. Businesses evaluated within the framework of local taste, service quality, satisfaction and gastronomy criteria were scored and received plaques with 1 Selluka, 2 Selluka and 3 Selluka flowers. If the businesses that received a plaque, say:
Bolulu Hasan Usta Milk Desserts, Sardine Fish Restaurant, Historical Kemeraltı Fishmonger, Elgani Ezmecizade, Süt Çiçeği Dairy Desserts, Historical Sip Sherbet, Numan Pide, İzbel Gıda A.Ş, Lagora Old Town Hotel Bazaar, Yolo Art Lounge, İpek Cafe Restaurant, Ayşa Bosnian Pastry and Home Cooking, Bitter Coffee. Businesses that have received the Selluka Certificate will be promoted free of charge on various platforms, and local and foreign tourists who will come to the city will be able to visit these businesses in agreement with tourism agencies.