Stopped here recommended by our guide. Good tasty food with menu in several languages. Had kebab, meat balls and chicken. Very good Turkish coffee . Payed 319 TL for 5 people.
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We were looking for a place for dinner and a waiter convinced us to sit down. From then on he was very attentive, recommending vegetarian options for me and Turkish meals for my partner. The wine he recommended was also a winner. We enjoyed the...More
We had Omar kebab, a delicious meal consisting of small wrapped kebabs, vegetables and two types of sauces and Mixed grill. Top floor has the beautiful view on both Ayasophia and Blue Mosque, which is a wonderful experience, especially if you are there during the...More
I found this place completely by accident, but the staff were polite (and forgiving of my terrible attempt at Turkish) and the atmosphere comfortable. The lights were really pretty to look at. The food was brilliant! The stuffed vines followed by Iskander kebab was the...More
Extremely Turkish vibe, food was brilliant. Staff were friendly. Our guide brought us here, the decor was beautiful. Loved going outside and visiting the shops nearby. If you're Iranian you will love this, many Iranian people nearby will greet you and start conversation. The atmosphere...More
We've been here twice during our mid-week in Istanbul. We had a table at the ground level both times. Great traditional turkish food, kind personel, pleasant, intimate atmosphere. The latter was enhanced by an extensive collection of traditional-looking lamps hanging from the ceiling and well-chosen...More
On a windy and snowy December day, it was a welcome relief to find this place. The decor is quite nice with the beautiful glass lamps hanging from the ceiling. The staff spoke excellent English and were polite and hospitable. The 'Testi Kebabı', a lamb...More
We were on a day trip and our guide brought us here for lunch. The menu was standard, but the decor of the place is nice and colorful. Lots of lamps hanging from the ceiling and the best part is that have a a good...More
Located near the Basilica Cistern in an alleyway , the place is nice , we visited for late breakfast , we ordered some Lahmachun and Pedes , the service was good but the taste was average .
First time to review restaurants, apologies for any inconvenience, place is great "in old city" foods served hot direct from the Chechen variety of food is quite limed food quality is average price is expensive for this type of restaurant not even imagine to visit...More