Buyuk Karaman Caddesi No:6, Fatih, Istanbul, 34083, Turkey
Fatih Resadiye Hotel
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Updating a Question

by happytogo

Dear VT freinds

this an update to the previous question.

I have watched on TV recently a restaurant with a marvelous view of the Bosporus and the bridge (either Fatih or the Bosporus).
All I can describe about the restaurant is that it is located on the European side and it is not on the shore but high on the hill (higher even than the bridge. the restaurant (or Cafe) is very close to the bridge, and on its right side if we are looking at the asian side. and there is an artificial and shallow pond in front of the entrance.
Well, my question is: can anybody help me locate that restaurant or any other one (or cafe) on the hills with great view?

I would like to thank my VT friend Mitata for his helpful answer.

Re: Updating a Question

by leics

I am glad someone could help you with your question. I've just returned from Istanbul, but could not picture the place you meant.

The easiest way to thank people on VT is just by adding a reply to your original thread, rather than starting a new one.


Life in Istanbul

by menedo

Istanbul offers a high number of places to go day and night, since its population nears 15 million people from different parts of the country as well as the world. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, pubs, cafés, tea gardens, night clubs, discos, taverns all around the city. In the touristic sites you may find all kinds of those food and entertainment places gathered close to a square or along the alleys. Of course, during your visit, probably in a limited time schedule, you will never want to risk your health and money for random places. Turkish Cuisine shall offer you a very delicious gustatory variety that will reflect traditional tastes of different regions including Ottoman and Mediterranean backgrounds. Check the following link for a list of top ten places for food and entertainment in Istanbul:

Re: Updating a Question

by Olya777

Most likely it is "Ulus 29" restaurant/ cafee
check my istanbul page, I have it there in restaurants section

food is ok, though, but, view is breathtaking.. great to go just for lounge & drinks experience

Re: Updating a Question

by happytogo

Dear Olya

Thanks a million

Definitely, I'll go there in my next trip to Istanbul (The city that I fell in love with the first time I visited it last Fall)on my way back from Athens.

I'll let you know if that is the restaurant I saw on the TV.

Thank You!

Travel Tips for Istanbul

First time in Turkey

by goga4444

It was weird experience at first I must admit …’ Cause Serbia was under Turkish slavery for 500 years. And it was my first time in Turkey, so I didn’t know what to expect . Off course I didn’t expect anything bad , I just say it was a little bit weird .
But soon I realized that Turkish people are friendly and very helpful. Lot of English speakers, and Spanish too … even those who don’t speak English will try to help you anyway they can. There is lot of similarity in architecture ( 20 century ) of the city , with the one you can see here . Lots of Serbian words are similar to the Turkish words . And the thing that amazed me the most was that lot of people even speak some Serbian , especially those guys working in stores . Even more LOL in one store I was speaking Serbian , and the guy was speaking Turkish , and we somehow understood each other : )
Serbian language have lot of Turkish words …
Pile (S) = Pilic (T) = chicken ( E )
So there were no problems in finding food : )

Is this the oldest part of Istanbul?

by neodue

Current name of the town is Kadikoy.Ancient name is Khalkedon.There is nothing left from ancient Khalkedon now.You can see a crowded conquiret modern city.Kadikoys best place to visit town market.Take a public boat from Eminonu (Port number 2) after 20min you will be at Kadýkoy.There isnt any ancient thing to see but you can see the old Kadýkoy Fruit Hall (Now it is art school) also there is old municipality building.Cross the street and go to Kadikoy Carsisi.You can find fast food shops ,A greek church,an armenian church,old style buildings and smell of the fruits ,fish,cheese and turkish coffee.

Beyoglu Istiklal street where...

by cafeine

Beyoglu Istiklal street where the culture begins....You can see everykind of people in different race,religion and tradition..And you can taste everykind of Turkish food in the restaurants of this mysterious street.Doubtless,they are all delicious...At last if you interested in theater, latest films in historical theaters or nightclubs beyoglu is the right place to visit....

Relax with some Nargileh

by Snipernurse

There are many places around sultanahmet to enjoy some nargileh. And when in Turkey, do as the Turks right? Try some nargileh, it is quite fun. Ask the waiter to demonstrate some tricks for you, chances are he's a nargileh pro, and might have some cool things to show you!

Monmartre of Istanbul

by traveloturc

Eminonu is new restaured and arraged in recent days.... now you can feel a little monmartre in istanbul ,painters,artists etc instead of sellers in the streets who try to pollute the air and the visitors.


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