This Italian-designed mansion, built for a Russian merchant and completed in 1913, briefly hosted Atatürk in 1924. The ornate interiors...
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İstanbul Kır Pidesi
Three floors of wood-fired goodness for the pide and börek (filled pastries) aficionado within. C'mon, pide is almost good for you.
Lonely Planet review
Low tables and mood lighting give this welcoming cafe near Trabzon Museum a cosmopolitan vibe. It's perfect for a post-museum coffee and brunch of menemen (scrambled eggs with peppers and tomatoes) or gözleme for a break from Turkish breakfasts. The front tables overlook a side street and, on weekdays, you can choose a mixed plate of four of the seven or eight hot and cold daily dishes.