the food was good service was very good 10 out of 10 for the service .freshly made gozleme was nice and it was fun to see how the lady was making.
The lentil soup here is a must try. It is very lightly spiced and yet so flavorful. The Gözleme is also very good. Fresh and traditionally made. We went there twice in two days. But unfortunately the lentil soup was over on our second visit(dinner), so we could only have the gözleme. The staff is good, but not very attentive.
Popped into the city last April during a layover in Turkey and found our way into the old city, Sultanamet. Unexpected stop-over meant we had done no research into a place to eat. Wandered into this lovely place by chance. Right on main street with easy public transportation access. Enticed by delicious smells, soft lighting and beautiful tiled decor. We were warmly greeted by Chef Mustafa who helped us order (point and smile at meat/veg offerings, they then prepare kebab and bring to you at table). Once a rush of guests had been served, came and joined us at our table and spent time talking with us about our travels, his experience running the restaurant, family, life, etc. We were treated to coffee and directed to other must-see sights during our brief visit.
Firuzaga is situated in a convenient location (next to the Sultanahmet tram station) and the eatery is simple in decor, clean, reasonably priced and the service is good. We were drawn inside by the charming lady who rolls out the dough, pan roasts the gozleme and then prepares the filing of spinach, cheese and potatoes at the front of the shop. Her culinary skill draws quite a crowd outside! There is no written menu (only a board display) and the other dishes are displayed in a food cabinent. We enjoyed our first experience of gozleme - although my partner requested some olive oil as he found the pancake a little dry. Two ayrans (Turkish yogurt drink) and two large gozlemes including service came to 44TL (about £10.00).