Konak Konya Mutfağı
For Muslims and non-Muslims alike, the main reason to come to Konya is to visit the Mevlâna Museum, the former lodge of the whirling...
Konya's most prominent mosque is the Selimiye Camii, built between 1566 and 1574 when Sultan Selim II was the governor of Konya.
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In a serious sign of Konya moving with the times, this funky cafe serves up cappuccinos, French press and frappes a hop-skip-jump from...
Rekindling old recipes from the Seljuk and Ottoman age, this restaurant uses the finest ingredients and cooks everything with panache....
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Konak Konya Mutfağı information
This excellent traditional restaurant is run by well-known food writer Nevin Halıcı, who puts her personal twist on Turkish classics. Grab an outside table and dine beside vine-draped pillars and a fragrant rose garden. Aubergine aficionados shouldn't miss the sebzeli közleme (a grill of smoked aubergine and lamb) and sweet-tooths should definitely save room to try the unusual desserts.