This lunch-only spot in a quiet corner of the sprawling Grand Bazaar is a good place to refuel. Seating is in an atmospheric 500-year-old dining hall with large multicolored blown-glass chandeliers hanging from its vaulted ceilings. A large steam table at the front of the open kitchen holds a daily assortment of dishes, including a variety of stewed vegetables and meat. The food is good, but prices are rather high and aimed at the tourist market, so be sure to ask when
making your selection (the printed menu doesn't list the daily specials). Havuzlu closes at 5 pm and does not serve alcohol.