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Quite a short menu of Turkish standards, all pf which (except possibly the pumpkin dessert: poor; and the baked rice pudding: excellent) were perfectly edible without being in any way remarkable. They have a pleasant tiled room and good staff.
Last night as it was raining we went to this restaurant
Had a fried calamari which to our surprise was a small plate
The dried tomatoes in olive oil just came but we were charged 6 per person and 12 for 2
We were given...a big bottle of water which we were not chargeable but as we had beer thank goodness we didn’t open it
Then we ordered a veal steak
And instead was served hashed veal good to place into a sandwich
Veal steak means a flat peace of veal steak into which we cut and consume
Complete rip off
4 local beers around +100
2 sundried tomatoes in olive oil 12
The horrible mashed veal steak 59
10% service charges
Totally 247 TL
Tourists have an option to avoid this restaurant
If you go from the back door of JW Marriott there are some tiny eateries and also fine dining which tourist should explore
I had heard good things about this place for local friends so headed there for a meal.
No complaints about the food but the way my food was billed was a total rip off, there is no way they would get away with treating locals...like this -
A cover charge of 6 lira
12 lira for a bottle of water which I didn’t ask for, a waiter brought it, served water from it and left it there
A 10% service charge on the total bill
In typical critical fashion, once I paid, waiter took the bill with the cash and brought back change without the invoice.
Very Shameful and disgraceful!More
We came here because it was recommended by a local but it felt rather touristy and trendy for sure. The food was very good but the service was subpar and the menu prices are on the more expensive side. They forgot some of our orders...and were over all a little slow. After dining out at a number of restaurants in Istanbul during our trip I definitely felt like there are plenty of other spots where you get more value for your money.More
An amazing experience, the food awesome served with passion exceeding all expectations! We were fed to fullness and our palates were even better satisfied! Îbrahim was our super host that tried the most! A definite must!
Managed to score a dinner table on NYE, the place was busy preparing for diners coming in for the NYE celebration and still took time off to honour their staff by taking a group photo. The menu has a good selection of salad, cold and...warm starters, mezze and the main seafood stuff, would highly recommend the grilled seafood, they are all reasonably priced. The place is nicely decorated, you will be greeted by a bronze spiral staircase upon entry and can marvel at the colorful Turkish tiles/mosaic. Love the food.More
best of All types of the turkish food.
start with the fresh daily made mezes mainly with olive oil.
Do not miss the koftes and the blue fish as main dishes if you are drinking Raki.
finish with a selection of classical turkish...deserts with the fruits and a turkish coffeeMore
This is by far the best restaurant in Karaköy. We went there for lunch, all the classic Turkish dishes were done so perfectly and price is also super reasonable. I love the fried silver fish and Sultan Delight and the desert. It is not easy...to get a spot for dinner so I advice to book ahead but you can walk in for lunchMore
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Sitting pretty with an age-old air about it, Karakoy is situated on the European side of the Bosphorus at the mouth of the Golden Horn. Perhaps the city’s most historically significant area, it’s currently one of the most happening parts of town as well. Here street vendors and alfresco fish restaurants line the banks of the Horn where the views of major attractions across the water rival Karakoy’s own key attractions,
such as the iconic 14th century Galata Tower and the Museum of Modern Art. A major hub for local and international waterborne traffic, Istanbul’s commercial and maritime heritage remains as relevant and evident as ever in Karakoy. Commuter ferries mingle with luxury cruise liners at its busy port, ensuring a continuously cosmopolitan flow of people..