The descriptor 'cultural centre' is used a lot in İstanbul, but is often a misnomer. Here at SALT Galata it really does apply. Housed in...
The curvaceous 18th-century Kamondo Stairs, one of Beyoğlu’s most distinctive pieces of urban design, run south from Kart Çınar Sokak....
Schneidertempel Art Center
Housed in an old synagogue, the Schneidertempel exhibits work by local Jewish artists, as well as frequent exhibitions from abroad....
This would have to be one of the most eccentric restaurants in town. Run by the charming husband-and-wife team of Nadire and Mete...
Lonely Planet review
The glamorous rooftop restaurant at the SALT Galata cultural centre serves molto buono Italian staples such as pasta, pizza and risotto, but is most memorable for its extraordinary view over the Golden Horn to the historic peninsula. Vegetarians will appreciate the generous array of suitable options on the menu.