My girlfriend and I had dinner there once sitting on the EXTREMELY comfortable sofas looking out onto the street. The food was good and the staff were very kind.
I stumbled on the Anatolian house when I was wandering the street looking for a place to get some food before a long bus ride to Izmir. It is on a small side street near the Sultanahmet metro stop. I was approached by one of the waiters and thought i'd give it a try and didn't expect much. I was... More
Arrived in Istanbul quite late and Anatolian house was one of only a few open places, but the staff was extremely welcoming and kind, the food was quite good - though the menu was large and quite "typical" - and the environment was small and charming. Would definitely recommend this place if you're looking for an easy, simple charming location... More
Anatolian's is an average restaurant in Istanbul, however, its environment is a little bit more romantic than its brother Kirevi restaurant (they share the kitchen and Kirevi is more expensive). Like the other restaurants in the city... one can eat a large variety of kebabs, salads, meats... which looks greater than their taste. The mixed kebab was flambéed in front... More
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