Krependeki Imroz Restaurant

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Krepen'deki Imroz Restaurant
A night out on Istanbul’s Nevizade street is not for the faint of heart: pushy waiters try to lure you into their restaurants, diners bump elbows in the narrow maze of outside tables, and boisterous revelers (and smokers, this is Turkey, and cigarettes are common accessories, especially with food and drink) shout over the street musicians, making plans for the night’s next stop. Krepen’deki Imroz is one of the oldest meyhanes (taverns) on the street, its name referencing the original restaurant’s location on Krepen Pasaji in 1941. Should you be able to score a seat at Imroz, you’ll be poured a glass of milky rakı (Turkish anise-flavored liquor) to sip while you peruse the menu of grilled fish and meats, and a waiter will appear with a heaving tray of meze (small dishes of shared appetizers) for you to point at and eat. Dinner will likely be a long, multi-course affair filled with things you’ve never tried and don’t remember ordering, but you’ll know exactly where to return to for your next night out on Nevizade.
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Hüseyinağa Mahallesi, Nevizade Sk. No:16, 34435 Beyoğlu/İstanbul, Turkey
+90 212 249 90 73
Sun - Sat 12pm - 1am