This sister restaurant to Bağdat Caddesi eatery Rotisserie Noir serves a French-inspired menu in a setting that’s much more spacious than the original. In contrast to the predominantly black décor of Rotisserie, Brasserie Noir boasts white tablecloths and chic red chairs as well as live music for dinner service. Our favorite starters include the shredded beef taco (21 TL) and the goat cheese tart with caramelized onions (19 TL). Those who enjoy sweet-and-savory dishes should try the pide with Roquefort and pears (29 TL). Red meat is the highlight of the menu here as it is at Rotisserie: in addition to sumptuous dishes like lamb karski (49 TL) and Noir beef cutlets (41 TL), you’ll also find specialty meats like uykuluk (sweetbread, 30 TL). Brasserie builds on the good word of mouth Rotisserie achieved through its expertise in cooking techniques: in other words, you won’t be disappointed. Be sure to make reservations if you’d like to visit for Sunday brunch.