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“Excellent mixed grill!”

Med Cezir Restaurant
Ranked #1,334 of 13,895 Restaurants in Istanbul
Price range: US$8 - US$30
Cuisines: Turkish
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Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Neighbourhood: Sultanahmet
Description: In our typical Turkish Restaurant's menü,you find all kinds of Turkish Kebabs and Turkish Pides. Our master cook is very professionel about Kebabs and Pides. Very testful and prices are cheap compare to Restaurants around us. The only problem is, you may be edict, coming us everyday to our Restaurant while you stay in İstanbul"We are the Best,Forget the rest" Our Restaurant is just cross the Sultanahmet Four Seasons Hotel. Ex-president of USA Sir Jimmy Carter and his wife has been twice in our Restaurant,had lunch and dinner.
Reviewed 13 August 2013

Ate at Med Cezir twice during our 4 day stay in Instanbul. Both meals were excellent. Loved the puffed up bread and especially liked the mixed grill. Not only was it delicious, but a large portion size too. The restaurant is also very conveniently located opposite the Four Seasons and very near Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque. Highly recommend this restaurant.

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Reviewed 12 August 2013

We were thrilled to find this restaurant across the road from our hotel, The Four Seasons. The food was delicious and reasonably priced and the staff welcoming and friendly. In fact, we liked it so much we went back the next day for more of the same delicious food.

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Reviewed 28 July 2013

When we arrived we thought the restaurant was expensive, but good. However, after looking at the prices of all the restaurants in the area the prices were quite comparable (though twice as much as in Cappadocia and Selcuk). Additionally, they never charged us for bread or added service charges. Also, as hotel guests, we were given free apple tea all day, including with dinner. The food is great, with large portions. The Ottoman Kebab was excellent and was plenty for two people. Honestly, we had the Pide, pizza, Kebabs and shrimp casserole, and we liked everything we had. Additionally, while the menu says 500ml of beer is 11TL, they had a sign out front almost every day indicating that it was 8TL. (really cheap for the area – most places are 7TL for 330ml).

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1  Thank brandasa
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Reviewed 19 July 2013

Looking for a place to relax in the shadow of Ayasofia(Saint Sophia). This little gem around the corner from the main plaza is where you will find good food on this boutique hotel's sidewalk cafe amidst an array of shops and restaurants along the the polished cobblestone street. While you enjoy the ambience of the area, you will likely meet the owner, Erol and without doubt the ebullient Tony, chief chef and entertainer of all who pass his way. The prices are reasonable and the company the best refreshment on tap! It is a great place to unwind after touring in the heat of the day.

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1  Thank Apaltrything
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Reviewed 17 June 2013

We'd just finished a long, hot visit around some of the sites and were looking for a late lunch around 3.30. Most of the very touristy places around Sultanahmet had moved onto the more expensive and extensive dinner menus so we were lucky to come across this little gem by chance.

The bread is fabulous, light and puffed up to perfection and the pides delicious and just what we needed. All washed down with some cool draught beer. The bonus patter and chat from the owner made us smile, relax and relish the calm in the city.

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