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Ziggy Cafe

Ziggy Cafe Review

The ambience at this Ürgüp favorite is especially inviting—picture attractive table arrangements, richly upholstered armchairs, wrought-iron lamps, and three open-air terraces with sofalike seats and stone-topped tables. The contemporary, Mediterranean-inspired menu, moreover, is a refreshing change from the heavy, meat-based fare typical of Central Anatolia. The mezes, such as char-grilled eggplant or cubed feta cheese and olives, are where Ziggy really shines. To sample a variety, try the reasonably priced tasting menu, which includes nine cold mezes, a hot starter, a main dish, and dessert. In a space below the restaurant, owner Nuray Suzan Yüksel sells her handmade jewelry.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 11-21-2013

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