After almost 3 weeks in Turkey we were getting a bit tired of mezzes, but we went here the last day because we had read a review in the New York Times that sounded good.
The restaurant is on the Asian side, not far from the ferry terminal on a quaint alley/street, so it's a nice stroll getting to it. An assist from Mapquest would be a good idea, though, before setting out. Were we ever glad we went! It was simply the very best Turkish meal we had on the entire trip - and we had some very tasty meals. Everything was fresh as could be, the flavors were superb, and it seemed that each dish was even better than the one before. We sampled just about everything, and then topped it off with some sort of sweet pumpkin dessert that we would never have thought of on our own (it was suggested by the chef) that was as unusual as it was delicious. I can't recommend this place enough.
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