One of the most renowned bathhouses in all of Turkey, with separate baths for men and women. If you're going to get scrubbed down to...
Set in Çarşı's central square, the Kazdağlıoğulu Camii is a typical Ottoman-style mosque, built in 1779.
Köprülü Mehmet Paşa Camii
This beefy, helmet-roofed building beside the Yemeniciler Arastası dates to 1661. The metal sundial in the courtyard was added in the...
Saraçoğlu Kahve Evi
This is the place to head for a properly made Türk kahve (Turkish coffee) served with some serious panache – on a silver tray with a...
Squirreled away down a little alleyway, this place rustles up rustic, wholesome cooking. Try the divine pot of etlı dolma (vine leaves...
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Çızgi Cafe information
The prime people-watching territory is the cushioned benches out in the alleyway or head inside to cosy up in one of the intimate cubby-hole dining areas. There's a small menu of local dishes such as cevizli yayım (macaroni topped with walnuts) but most people are here to waste hours talking over tea, coffee and nargile (water pipe).