You have to pass through a small door off one of Diybarbakır's narrow old city lanes to get to this simple restaurant, in a restored historic stone home with a shaded courtyard—there's a sign but you may need to ask for directions. The small menu includes delicious sac tava, chunks of beef sautéed in a woklike pan with tomatoes and green peppers; it's served in the pan, with a mound of flatbread to soak up the tasty juices. This is also a pleasant spot to enjoy
a cup of coffee or tea.
Telegrafhane Sok., off Gazi Cad. Çarşı, across from police station, Diyarbakır, Turkey