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Food & Drink

Babylon

Babylon Turns On Istanbul On!

Karaköy Lokantası

Established in 2000, Karaköy Lokantası has long been a favorite with in-the-know Istanbulites. Located on a small street behind the Karaköy shipping docks, just a stone’s throw away from the Bosphorus, Karaköy Lokantası is known for offering consistently delicious Turkish cuisine at reasonable prices.

Nardis Jazz Club

“Where can I find a great jazz club in Istanbul?” The answer simply is Nardis Jazz Club.

Ulus 29

Open since December 1993, Ulus 29 is owned and managed by Metin Fadıllıoğlu. – a name synonymous with offering quality service

Unter

Another addition to the hip Karaköy neighborhood, Unter has three floors, the first of which houses a restaurant where the original exposed brick interior gives off that purposefully modern feel that venues in this particular area are known for. The floor to ceiling french doors allow for the light to flood in as well as the gazing eyes of those who wander past and wonder whether to take a seat inside our out. The menu is another variant of the fresh and seasonally appropriate and organic ingredients available at Nupera and Backyard, and include everything from tabbouleh to fresh fish.

Lokanta Yeni

With a menu of dishes that are both profoundly original while maintaining a healthy disposition, the venture of Chef Civan Er (formerly of Changa restaurant) is simply excellent. From a simple salad with sumac yogurt or sucuk (spicy sausage) from Gaziantep, all dishes exhibit ingredients and traditions derived from all regions of Anatolia to bring unique creations with high palatability.

Sunset Grill and Bar

A member of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, Sunset Grill&Bar offers a vast selection of seasonal dishes from Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine and “New Japanese Cuisine”.

Kıyı

Open since 1966, this is a traditional seafood restaurant with a longstanding clientele and the space to house large, jolly dining groups.

Balıkçı Sabahattin

“Balıkçı Sabahattin” (Fisherman Sabahattin) was at first running a traditional restaurant left by his father some streets behind which not everyone knew but those who knew could not give up, before he moved to this 1927 made building restored by Armada.

Delicatessen

Delicatessen, located in Nişantaşı, is a restaurant serving Turkish/international cuisine (with offerings like steak burgers and fresh fish), with a well-stocked wine cellar containing over a thousand bottles of wine.

Miss Pizza

Thanks to the pizzas prepared with good quality ingredients and cooked in a brick-oven, Miss Pizza spread its name quickly and became a meeting point among many.

Fes Cafe

Located just steps away from the Nuruosmaniye Gate, Fes Cafe serves as a chic and modern reprieve from the bustle of the Grand Bazaar.

Ali Muhittin Hacıbekir (Confectioners)

Hacı Bekir Confectioners continues its work today, and is known to be the oldest company in Turkey operating out of its original premises.

Baylan Patisserie

Patisseries are an important part of the cultural fabric of a city, and Baylan is one of the most prominent of patisseries in Istanbul.

Meşhur Bebek Badem Ezmesi

Meşhur Bebek Badem Ezmesi is a family-run business that has been selling the purest and best form of sweets since 1904 at its current premises. The shop is famous for its badem ezmesi (the Turkish variant of marzipan that is slightly less sweet)

Cemilzade

Cemil Bey founded Cemilzade in 1883. In 1937 his sons opened a small shop in Kadıköy and there began to offer Turkish Delight and Marzipan.

Mabel

Well-loved chocolatiers since 1947, Mabel offer hand made individual chocolates, sugar coated and cocoa dusted almonds, foil wrapped and shaped chocolates, bars, sweets and especially chocolate for children.