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This place became our home in Istanbul. Tasty food and great sheesha/nargile! The owner Ayat Uncle is an amazing man who loves to serve customers with love and care. It wasn't just a restaurant where we ate, it became a comfortable homely place to be...More
At 11:00 P.M. they were open said only kabobs. Steak, sausage or chicken. Ask how much started at 20 Turkish each then 65 for two steak & chicken finally 75 for meal and drinks.
It was okay, plentiful and filling. It however was not worth...More
Had a great time, amazing place. 7 day stay was made easy and the staff was very helpful and cheerful! Always clean and kept up to date. Breakfast had a great variety and plenty of options for everyone. Definitely will book again!
Great service and hospitality. For its location and quality it is absolutely a bargain. It was clean, organised and cosy and the owners made you feel welcome. Definitely will be returning when I go back to Turkey.
The hotel is located in the heart of historical peninsula. Most of the museums are in a few minutes walk distance. Gulhane park and tram station are just about 100 meters away. Room was clean enough. Staff are welcoming and informed me well about the...More
US$28 - US$63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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