Time Out says
As its name suggests, Mini Dondurma (literally meaning ‘tiny ice cream’) takes up a space of only four square metres. People have been forming long queues in front of the ice cream shop since its establishment in 1968 to honour the ice cream makers’ diligent efforts and talent. And with an extensive list of flavours like gum, mulberry, coffee, mint, blueberry, chestnut, orange, melon, walnut, rose and lokum ice cream, it’s no wonder Mini Dondurma is still as popular as ever after all these years! We particularly recommend the caramel and peanut butter ice cream, either enjoyed in their crunchy cones or in between wafers.