This Italian-style restaurant came to our rescue when we just couldn't decide where or what to eat. It's a little away from Taksim Square, but once located, the freshly made, typically thin-crust and very light pizzas seemed like comfort food to someone uncertain about Turkish food. The wines were very good and reasonably priced, which is difficult in Turkey because alcohol seems to be highly taxed. The service was slick and the place popular although tables outside seemed to be on a terrace situated at a rather busy traffic intersection. We'd have no hesitation in returning.
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