Excellent restaurant with great Turkish food & worth every penny. Great staff as well who will help to recommend according to personal taste...... use google map to find if in difficulty...
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It's easy to get lost inside the Grand Bazaar, and there's a number of food choices within. Based on a mention in the Lonely Planet, I checked this restaurant out for lunch. It was satisfactory--healthy and tasteful. There are other better choices outside the Grand...More
Situated in the deep hearth of Grand bazaar this restaurant offer typical Turkish food for lunch time. You can try a lot of favorite dishes to finish with delicious Turkish sweets of all kinds at moderate prices. Cool place on hot summer days, very enjoyable...More
Quite traditional and Turkish style , very live and energetic atmosphere Food is great and dessert including tea with Bagh lava is the high light of this place . It is located in Grand Bazar , a must see beauty . The second floor has...More
You can combine, bargaining for a good deal with the Kapali Carsi merchands and eat at Havuzlu. The dishes are all traditional (try dolma, obergine, suffed peper...), service and cleanigless very good. Do not miss to eat kiounefe for desert!
we were shopping away at the Grand Bazaar and got hungry, then stumbled upon this little gem tucked away in the back of the bazaar. The host was great. service was quick and food was hot and tasty.
After a lot of shopping at the Bazar we decided to have some lunch and found this gem. It a great restaurant located in the middle of the Grand Bazaar. It's not quite easy to find, but if you ask the shop owners for the...More
My family and I visited this restaurant for lunch when we were in Istanbul, in the Grand Bazaar back in August. The place is really beautiful and well decorated and the food is lovely. There are many dishes to choose from and they all look...More
This place was recommended by a local guide and it was everything it promised to be: local, authentic, delicious. The staff was incredibly friendly, and the manager speaks a total of 11 languages so he was able and more than cheerful about trying out his...More