For travelers who want to sit down, this is paradise, and having an aperello cocktail (hope I spell it correctly) is a great experience! The food is great, but the people here are better than the food. A quaint street that reminds you of the alleys in Italy, full of enthusiasm and personality-is the best place-and Costa at Grill Steak Seafood knows how to attract people to his restaurant! He is the best!
This alley is very busy, there are many restaurants, bars and some retail stores, some of which have been open there for a long time. Quite interesting, because it is very narrow but very busy, even though there are only low old buildings on both sides.
There is a wealth of Italian cuisine. In the summer, open-air restaurants are all over the alleyways, and there are bands playing a serenade on the sidewalks. There are a lot of authentic coffees, and walking on this road feels like it can penetrate deeply into the lives of the people of Turkey and Australia. A simple coffee shop with a strong flavor, this is the coffee art of Maoben coffee culture.
This is simply a hidden food paradise! This is much more interesting than staying in a hotel and having a breakfast buffet. At the end of Lonsdale Street, The Hardware Sociéte at the end of the alley. This is said to be the best breakfast shop in the city. It is crowded every day. .
The most in the alleys are restaurants and they are all occupied by roads. All tables are placed on the road to eat. It is very lively. It is very leisurely with the sun and delicious food. The Hardware Sociéte at the end of the alley, which is said to be the best breakfast shop in the city, is crowded every day.
Very Australian style alley with many small shops around