Turkish coffee has taken its place in society as a culture. So much so that Turkish coffee symbolizes the bond between friends. Troubles and happiness are shared in an environment where Turkish coffee is drunk. That's why it is said that 'a coffee has forty years of sake'. Turkish coffee is a tasteful coffee when it is boiled, and its grounds settle to the bottom. The container in which it is prepared is called the 'cezve'. Let's look at the most beautiful Turkish coffee places where this sake gets experienced in Istanbul.
It is claimed that coffee is good when there is too much foam on it. For this reason, it used to be said that "Coffee has such a dense foam that if you put a buffalo on it, it will not sink". That's why the name of this place, which has been operating since 1967, is Mandabatmaz, which means buffalo unsinkable. For that matter, it has such an old history that the street of this place in Fatih is also mentioned in the same way as the place.
The place where you can try Turkish coffee with different flavors is located in Balat. The cute design of the place where you can get excellent coffee information from the owner also draws attention.
When you enter the street of this place in Beşiktaş, because they grind the coffee themselves, the smell of fresh coffee surrounds you. It is a frequented place especially for young people with sweets and cookies.
In this place in Kadiköy, where the tables are never empty, Turkish coffee is roasted extra. If you want to have coffee with your friends in a friendly atmosphere, you can visit this two-floor place.
The place, which means orient, is one of the oldest coffee shops in the Grand Bazaar. Turkish coffee, cooked in a sand fire with Turkish delight, fascinates everyone, local and foreign.