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Café du Levant
Café du Levant Review
Black-and-white floor tiles and Art Nouveau furnishings give this café next to the Rahmi M. Koç Industrial Museum the feel of an authentic Paris bistro. And indeed, the menu is only in French and Turkish. Chef José Alain Perreau turns out a limited menu of superb classic French cuisine, including fillet of turbot with zucchini and tomatoes, and fillet of beef in a red wine sauce. For dessert try the crème brûlée or the soufflé au Grand Marnier with ice cream.
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