Taksim Breakfast

Breakfast has a very different meaning in Turkish culture, the translation “kahvaltı” means that it is a meal taken before Turkish coffee in order to enjoy it with a full stomach. And that’s how the words “kahve” and “altı” came together. Even though we tend not to spend much time on breakfast in our busy lives we all acknowledge the importance of breakfast. A well eaten breakfast will help you have a much more productive day. Of course, if we are to talk about Turkish breakfast specifically the uniqueness is undisputable, especially if it is a Sunday breakfast… Because for our culture food table also means conversation table. Along with the diversity and the wonderful taste of the ingredients what makes that breakfast unique are the heart-warming chats. We have selected 10 different places for you to enjoy your breakfasts with your own heart-warming chats.


Address : Katip Mustafa Çelebi District, Sıraselviler Cd. Billurcu Street, No 23, Beyoğlu
Telephone : +90212 2928880
Working Hours : 08:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.
If you want your order to be prepared right in front of your eyes, Cook Point is the place. Because here a lovely chat and a wonderful Turkish breakfast can be had at the same time. We guarantee a cheerful service. Their presentation is quite successful too. And ideal for those who would like some desert after a breakfast.


Address : Tomtom District, Yeniçarşı Road, No 74, Beyoğlu
Telephone : +90212 252 1094
Working Hours : Sunday-Thursday 09:00 – 00:00/Friday-Saturday 09:00-02:00
Web : http://limonlubahce.com/
A chance for you to have breakfast in a garden and alongside a fireplace is at Limonlu Bahçe. Within the city but far from the crowds. With its cheerful service it is a brilliant place for you to have a Turkish breakfast. Fans of Menemen will become regulars for sure. Very ideal for winter times.


Address : Kemankeş Karamustafa Paşa District, Kılıç Ali Paşa Mescidi Street, No 10/B, Beyoğlu
Telephone : +90533 362 6556
Working Hours : 9 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Yet another fine breakfast place. Gakkı, lexically means “egg”. Irreplaceable element of breakfast… You may enjoy yourself here with breakfast on the ground, omelette, and lots of tea. Don’t leave your table without trying the local taste “Hıçın” as well! It has potatoes and chees inside and served alongside with cherry marmalade. To fans of gözleme, grassy and cheesy gözleme is quite famous here as well. Don’t say we didn’t tell you so.