This study aims to determine whether there is any change in restaurant preferences of consumers before and after Covid-19. If there is a change, does this differ depending on the gender, age, marital status, children, education and income level of consumers? This research is a mixed-method study in which quantitative and qualitative methods are used together. The study was conducted between March and May 2020 when there was curfew in all countries due to Covid-19. Participants of the study were selected from individuals over the age of 18 using the convenience sampling method. 313 samples were included in the study. The data was obtained from the participants through online tools using a questionnaire and feedback form. The quantitative data was compared by determining frequency, percentage and average values. The qualitative data was combined with content analysis within the framework of specific concepts and themes. The results indicate that Covid 19 has influenced restaurant preferences of customers and there is a change in preferences depending on the gender, age, marital status, children, education and income level of consumers. When the quantitative and qualitative findings are compared, the statements of the participants included in the qualitative findings indicate that they have expectations mostly related to the matter of hygiene. It is seen that they want close attention to be paid to hygiene conditions from food supply to production and presentation. In addition, there is reluctance to consume raw foods on menus now.