Bayazhan is one of the places that serves alcohol and have a european style bar. Its city museum is also worth the time spent there. If you are too full between meals, this might be a good way to spend your time.
Interactive displays and foreign-language audio guides showcase the story of baklava and Gaziantep's history of shoemaking. Relax with a tea, coffee or cold beer in the Bayazhan's courtyard cafe's. There's also occasional live music, and stalls selling local crafts.
A woderful museum, which if you are near Gaziantep, you should visit. Really great experience. You can learn from the past, the patient of the people making all this interesting mozaik, and statues. Great
The building is worth a visit, in part because of its history following WWI, Now well restored but lacking in atmosphere.
We went at lunchtime. A huge courtyard with just two other couples present and waiters who did not want the bother of serving us. When we asked for the menu we were asked if we wanted food and were...