Time Out says
A genuine tapas bar.
If youthink the biggest discovery the Spanish made was America, think again – it’s actually tapas. After all, we’re talking about a style of eating that’s introduced us to the idea that food could be “shareable” or enjoyed as “quick bites.” The biggest appeal of newly opened Nişantaşı eatery Moro is that it aims to be a true tapas bar: instead of trying to offer something for every meal, the bar opens at 16.00 each day to serve a menu focused solely on tapas. A classic tapas dish, the patatas bravas are flavorful enough to prove that Moro is on the right path: the spicy potato bites are as crispy as you’d expect, as they’ve obviously been fried more than once. In addition to traditional Spanish dishes like gazpacho and Catalan paella, you’ll also find Basque-inspired pintxos. Factor in the cocktail menu overseen by Cevat Yıldırım, who formerly worked at eateries like Lucca and Escale, and you’ll want to check out this exceptional bar ASAP.