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Lonely Planet review
This welcoming cafe-restaurant just south of the museum has a cosmopolitan vibe. It's perfect for a post-museum coffee and brunch of menemen (scrambled eggs with peppers and tomatoes) or gözleme (stuffed savoury crepe). The front tables overlook a side street and, on weekdays, you can choose a mixed plate of three/four of the seven or eight hot (₺13/15) and cold (₺7/9.50) daily dishes.