One of the most renowned bathhouses in all of Turkey, with separate baths for men and women.
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Çızgi Cafe information
Lonely Planet review
Eat on the cushioned benches outside and watch the world go by, or dine inside in one of the cosily intimate cubby-hole dining areas. Çızgi is an easygoing place where local dishes such as cevizli yayım (macaroni topped with walnuts) and mantı (Turkish ravioli) are on the small menu, and it's all about wasting hours talking over coffee and nargile afterwards.