This restaurant has a rooftop view of the Selimiye Mosque and the Bosporus alongside a wide selection of dishes. Various meat and vegetable dishes, as well as traditional desserts, get served on colorful platters while you enjoy an Ottoman-style dinner.
Since 1994, Sunset Grill & Bar has been one of the most renowned symbols of the city's "fine dining" tradition, located in Ulus Park and facing one of the most magnificent vistas of the Bosporus. The iconic restaurant has won several international and local accolades, including Time Out Istanbul's Best Restaurant in Istanbul in 2004 and the Zagat Survey of European Cities' "Best Restaurants in Istanbul" in 2002 and 2009.
This award-winning restaurant specializes in dishes inspired by Ottoman cuisine and is located on the first floor of Çırağan Palace, erected in 1871, and sits atop one of Istanbul's most picturesque vistas. Rich Ottoman décor, live classical Turkish music, and the Bosporus as a constant backdrop. Request a table on Tura's summer patio, which gets lighted by the moon, a candle, and the Bosporus Bridge.
Vogue is situated in Akaretler, in the heart of the Beşiktaş District. It lies quite close to the bustling shopping scene in Nişantaşı, museums, and to the arbitrarily scattered bookshops in the Beşiktaş Market. The menu features world cuisine, Mediterranean cuisine, and a range of Japanese specialties, with an extensive wine list. There is also a cocktail bar providing experimental drinks for those who are feeling daring.
The most romantic view of the Istanbul Strait may be seen at Lacivert Istanbul, located on the Asian side of the Bosporus. Since 1999, Lacivert "Dark Blue" Restaurant has been serving customers. If you like, come across for a coffee or stay for lunch or supper. The view, especially at night, is breathtaking; watch the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge looming above you.