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Turkish coffee & tea varieties are also offered. The eco-chic inner space features rustic furniture as well as timber bar stools facing the window which adds that unique neo-authentic dimension to Hakiki. The service is friendly, location is convenient. The venue is packed Friday or weekend nights. Hakiki
The foundation of Turkish food is, if anything, the dough made of wheat flour. Besides "ekmek" - the ordinary white bread. The bakers of the Ottoman period believed that Adam, the Patron Saint of Bakers, learned how to make bread from the Archangel Gabriel, after
One of the oldest languages ​​of Istanbul, Ladino has a 550-year history in Istanbul. Ladino is the common name used for Judaeo-Spanish.   Language, like all other cultural assets, is a living organism and evolves over time. Like other languages, Ladino too went through many changes. Even