Cafe restaurants in Erzurum
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This stunning old wooden house, signposted from Cumhuriyet Caddesi (opposite Caferiye Camii), is filled with Ottoman paraphernalia. Dishes include soup, börek (filled pastry) and tandır kebap (stew), served in private alcoves with cushions and low tables. Overlooking the courtyard, Şahane offers çay, Turkish coffee and, from 7pm, live traditional music. Round the back, Daşhane has nargiles (water pipes) and bean-bags.
Set in a rambling old mansion-turned-cafe, this welcoming oasis is popular with students of both sexes, here to gossip, flirt and puff a nargileh (traditional water pipe). Food-wise, it features simple dishes and some nibbles, but it's the atmosphere that most come to ingest. It's tucked away in a side street off the main drag.