I always prefer tatbak for lunch. Meatball, grills are perfect.Turkish bread 'pide' my favorıte. Try.
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This historic kebap house has the best lahmacun in town. It was refurbished last year. The 2 halls are wide and comfortable. Service is very friendly and the staff know almost all customers for many years. My spicy, crusty lahmacun was great as usual. I then had an Ali Nazik which is grilled minced meet on a flat aubergine bed.... 更多
Tatbak is recommended by Anthony Bourdain as a good place to have Lehmecun. I order my Lahmacun with extra vegetables, parsley and tomatoes. They even have a Lahmacun with Lamb option, which is a rare thing among kebab houses. It is a bit pricey, but perfect food.
I invited my out of country visitors to my neighbourhood Kebab House. They also knew this place for 50+ years so it was easy to order. We sat at the upper floor and it was really comfortable because the resaturant was not full in the meddle of Ramadan. The aircondition was very efficient at this hot summer afternoon. Sevice was... 更多
This restaurant is a very old one dating to more than 50 years. They are in the same place for many years. They have renovated the place last year and it is very comfortable with enough space to move around. The staff is very friendly and kind of family now because of our past. Probably this has been my one... 更多
The lahmacun here is absolutely delicious. It's so thin and flavorful. You may think, oh we can share one for the table, wrong! Do you self a favor and get your own because you won't want to share. Another dish I found delicious was the pistachio/beef kebab, you can actually taste chunks of pistachio inside.
Wanted to go as had many great reviews about their Lahmacun. The restaurant is full of locals so that is always a good sign. I felt the food was not as good as other restaurants we ate in in Istanbul plus it was a little out of the way.
It took a bit of navigating to find this place, but we were sure glad we did. We heard about it from a book in our hotel. The lamejun that is their speciality is just fabulous. Lamejun is a typical turkish thin crust pizza. Make sure to try some if you're in Istanbul.