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Local middle class, greens, intellectuals frequented, variety of vegetable mezes and sea food. Safe for women. Very friendly staff.
Better to go with a local for pricing, or Foreigners might need to check prices in advance.
We come here every once a year, this year either chef or management has obviously changed. 2 of our orders were mixed up and the bill was incredibly high for what we had (300TL for 4 cold and 1 hot app + 1 (35cl) yeni...Efe raki! No main course!! We have so many other options so never again!More
Great service and atmosphere. Owners are the ones makes this place special. It is not a menu item but make sure you ask for a Chef's Fish Soup. I thinks it will be tastiest soup you ever tasted if you like one. Chef's touch in...this one is one of best in whole Istanbul.More
Nice friendly service. They brought out a large tray of appetizers from which to select. All of our choices were excellent. The fish dinner was fresh and cooked perfect. The fish was nice and moist as it should be.
Definitely recommended... Very nice and cute fish restaurant in Istanbul / Kucukyali. They have daily fresh delicious fishes. You need to try fried calamary with sauce also salats are delicious. Service is quite fast and clean. Prices are cheaper if you compare with other fish...restaurants. But unfortunately there is no alcoholic drinks.More
Date of visit: December 2014
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