Time Out says
The Hamam (1584), with its rich historical fabric, offers the ideal spot to relax and recharge before or after your hamam visit. Of course, don’t feel obliged to take advantage of all the hamam services just to catch a bite here, Kubbe Kafe is open to everyone. However, if you are still looking for that perfect place to embrace the hamam tradition, or if you want to cool off by sampling a glass of traditional sweet fruit nectar, make this your next stop. Imagine sitting atop the hamam roof, among the domes filled with circular skylights that beam down on the central marble heating stone below, little tables dotting this makeshift terrace, as you enjoy morsels of your delectable Turkish breakfast. On the menu, alongside a wide array of breakfast items like grilled cheese sandwiches and Yellow Kubbe eggs, you will find sautéed beef, sautéed free-range chicken, desserts and köfte (seasoned meat patties).
Prices for entrees range from 8-10 TL, breakfast from 5-6 TL, fruit nectar (rose, cherry, black mulberry) for 3.50 TL and Mastic Turkish coffee for 4 TL. We would highly recommend the köfte, handmade by their chef from Akçaabat, and the various sautés!