Went here with a group of 12 for Brunch this past weekend. This place was a really fun. First of all, we sat in the section with traditional seating. Where you sit on low benchs, with tables basically at lap height. Most of our group really liked this, including myself, but it can be a bit of a pain if you are really tall. If that style of eating doesn't appeal, they also have a number of regular tables where guests can sit. The brunch was quite reasonable at 15,50 euros / person and included all the Turkish tea you could drink. I was first struck by the lovely presentation of the food. Everything looked super fresh and delicious. I tried a little bit of everything to begin with and there wasn't anything I didn't like. The woman working hard and making fresh samosas on the spot was a highlight. She made an assortment with some filled with cheese, spinach or a kind of potatoe puree. I also appreciated that most of the dishes had good flavor and some a slight kick but were far from too spicy or over-seasoned. Be aware though that other drinks, including still water, are not included and a glass of still water will set you back 3euros. I was a little surprised by that. We spent over three hours there and it was quite enjoyable. I would totally recommend this place to people who are looking for a unique brunch experience.
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