Perfect place for a snack or a quick lunch during your journey through the grand bazaar. The pidas are extremely tasty and I would recommend the lentils soup as well. Prices are simply excellent.
If you want to eat traditional food especially Turkish food you can this kind of of food named pide , pide is kind of pastries A dough covered with cheese or thyme or meat and spinach, And baked in a special oven ، served with...More
Looking for somewhere to eat some delicious pide my husband and I stumbled across this gem. We ordered two mushroom and cheese pide, a salad and some drinks. It all came to 37tl and we were nicely full. The pide was very tray and made...More
Pros: inexpensive, good value, good turkish pide (pizza/calzones), good pizza dough development, elastic, with right amount of air pores, three kinds to choose from cheese, potato, meat (beef) fillings, ideal thickness, commercial large pizza oven Cons: location, hard to find
The restorant is located just outside the Egyptian Spice market!! If someone wants to taste turkish pies is the place to visit! Homemade fresh ingredients and the friendliest staff!! It's a small family restorant! You should taste everything. Safranbolu is famous for its pies and...More
Walking through the market near the Spice Market we happened upon this place. We were a might peckish, but it wasn't quite lunch time yet. Had a ride with cheese, which was just alright, not great. But the other dish was this thin bread that...More
Incredibly memorable pide lunch baked in wood-fired oven. Run by a family and they were charming. Definitely skip all the restaurants that back up to Sulemaniye Mosque and visit this little gem instead.