A place that’s guaranteed to satisfy those who love fried fare and sandwiches.
Opened by the owners of popular Arnavutköy hangout Any, Dirty Hands serves fare that’s inspired by street food from different countries. The menu also bears influences from Cihan Kıpçak and Üryan Doğmuş, whom you might recognize as the chefs of Akaretler eatery Gile Restaurant. In addition to shareable snacks like fried kokoreç bites, you’ll find sandwiches like the one made with Chinese bao buns, beef cheeks and cabbage salad. Those looking to get the most bang for their buck should look no further than the caramelized onion and jalapeño sandwich. The menu also features breakfast finds like toast with pork and muhammara or poached eggs with potato patties, both perfect for those mornings when you’re just a tad too hungover. While we’re on the subject, Dirty Hands is also a great option for when you want to grab a drink and share a few bites with friends after work. After 23.00, the tables are put away and the music gets turned up as the venue transforms into a mini club.
|Venue name:||Dirty Hands|
Zeytinoğlu Caddesi 9A