If you're a foodie, this place is for you. After several days in Istanbul eating classic Turkish food, it was nice to try some Turkish dishes with a fusion flair. Highlights were the eggplant in yoghurt and marinated seabass. Both were very flavorful and more than the typical Turkish tastes. The seabass is a carpacio style with a wonderful light marinade. The eggplant sounds quite ordinary, but it was one of the best yoghurt eggplant dishes I've had in Turkey. Although there is an extensive wine list, most are Turkish (which typically contain lots of sulfites and give many people headaches) and the few foreign wines they had simple weren't that good or were probably ok but way overpriced (as is typical in Turkey due to the high taxes). We had an Argentinian malbec that was drinkable, but not a delight on my palette.
Their is some outdoor seating on the upper and lower levels. The upper level is more lively and includes the bar, which is rather popular on weekend nights. Service was solid.
Wines were usually around 75-200 TL per bottle - they had several in the 100 TL price range. The meal was about 75TL pp including one bottle of wine. It's certainly pricier than most Turkish restaurants but worth it for their take on Turkish cuisine
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