Hg2 : The Hedonist

Vefa Bozacisi

This beautifully tiled 1930s spot, one of the prettiest, most atmospheric cafés in Istanbul and well worth a visit, is not far from the bazaar quarter in a taxi.

It’s primarily famous for making boza, a traditional fermented millet drink served up by smartly uniformed staff from marble tubs in winter, and sira, a sparkling grape drink, on sale in summer. Vefa’s strong vinegar is also renowned and you can stock up on bottles of it to take home.

Address
Katip ‚elebi Caddesi 104,
Vefa
Telephone
+90 212 519 4922
Website
vefa.com.tr
Opening Times
daily, 8am-midnight
Price
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