went today and they have closed. There's a new place on the far corner that does coffee, cold drip and other coffee drinks you would find in NYC but the pastries were not that great.
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A contemporary café in authentic historic building in the heart of Istanbul , close to both mosques and Grand Bazaar. Highly recommend cake and Turkish coffee.
This is a hidden pearl that we discovered by accident on our way from the Sirkeci area towards sultanahmet and about 150 meters before basilica cistern at your right hand side. After few days in Istanbul and after trying few coffees here and there with...More
This is a little gem in Sultanahmet, which we discovered on the way to Ayia Sofia in a hot and humid August afternoon. We stopped for a refreshment and the lovely owner, Sema, made us the best home made lemonade I have ever drunk! We...More
Wondering through the Little streets of Estambul Village (old part of town) we came across with a beautiful place called Shafia. We went in and ask for a refreshing drink to cool down as it was doing a terrible heat day. The two very kind...More
This is a cafe not a restaurant, and they do not serve beer. But the coffee, home made chocolate, cakes etc are superb. The atmosphere is really nice, would also say very romantic place for couples wanting this special little nice moment. The garden is...More
Just a few meters off the touristic path, this tiny Café has everything needed for a good rest. I only had a coffee, outside on the terrace, but this was really excellent. Atmosphere is perfect, however it is not authentic but more adapted to the...More
I love this place--the coffee is REALLY good, and really good coffee is hard to come by in Istanbul. The flourless cakes are decadent and amazing as well. Highly recommended. I visit the neighborhood often and this is a great place to meet friends. The...More