We ate outside. Fair service. Menu photos looked nice. Flavor is a different thing...I recommend to eat somewhere else !!
Food looked great but the appearance did not match the flavor. Everything was quite tasteless compared to other restaurants in Istanbul. Would not recommend eating there.
You love the kebab here. 30 TL menu including bread. you'll get the money worth. Though the middle floors were empty we climbed up to the terrace, had our food prepared in the ground level and still the staff was friendly and lively. You can also eat fish here. Kebab in Istanbul is not like what you have used to... More
Went here on first night after visiting grand bazaar just wanted somewhere warm to sit- food we ordered was mixed grill the kofta snd chicken were tender and nicely spiced, the lamb chop was not cooked well too chewy. Meat in Eggplant kebab wasnt cooked properly but eggplan was tender. Warm and friedly door person, price wad a bit expensive... More
Stopped here while touring Istanbul and more specifically while heading to the Grand Bazaar. Ordered three menu items to share and could say two out of three ain't bad. The pizza was quite tasty as we're the meatballs. Not fantastic but not bad. The other item was a cold shrimp platter. In the menu they clearly pictured a large number... More
After a yomp around the Grand Bazaar we met up here for a coffee/tea and ended up lunching. We opted for inside as it was chilly and that paid off as we were able to watch the hustle bustle of the area. Reasonably priced lunch of Turkish fare - kebabs and pides were lovely. Service was OK. Would happily eat... More
The service was poor. They almost made me feel obliged to go inside when talking to me outside, as I walked inside I had a terrible feeling as people looked rushed, while leaving or while entering. As we were knackered we decided to have a seat as the restaurant was in a good location. While inside the staff were rude... More
an unassuming restaurant with stunning views of the Blue Mosque and other nearby architecture, and really good food at a price that doesn't add-in a cost for what you see out of the windows. An upstairs terrace where you can indulge in a sheesha, and staff that don't hurry you along. Had a long relaxed meal, drinks and a smoke... More
We ate a meal at a cafe just up the road and the owner of Seos told us it was a mistake and we should have eaten at his place (as he would of course!). The next day we took him up on his offer and had lunch there. We ate so much I had to waddle away and the... More
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