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What's it? A restaurant that you can choose for every meal of the day.
Why go? For the original interpretation of Turkish cuisine.
As you walk down Ahmet Fetgari Street, a calmness begins around you when you pass the dense part where the spaces are arranged side by side. Rulez is located on this quiet side of the street and gives you peace of mind the moment you enter. This is a cozy atmosphere that makes you feel like you are in a tastefully furnished lounge of a house. It makes it a small place and makes its customers feel like they are family. Pelin Dinçer Met and Necla Tepekule's young chef Mehmet Şahin is responsible for the kitchen. Her high school education, which started with high school tourism and hotel management and continued with cooking at university, took her to study gastronomy at Gaziantep University. Sahin has also made it a priority to learn and promote Turkish food culture due to the dedication of the people in this city to protect their own food culture. She thinks like an artist while preparing her recipes and designs her food as a reaction to rising trends.
Choose the scrambled egg with ribs (40 TL) for breakfast. The idea may sound heavy, but the rib meat, which is cooked for 96 hours, is tender and mild in flavor. Their own cumin bread, coupled with bitter oil, the rest of your bite will come quickly. The mussels (60 TL), served with spinach and couscous, will suggest that the food has a character. Chef has a mysterious recipe that will make you wonder how delicious it tastes. The sea bass (65 TL) is soft and the biceps crispy on the side adds an original atmosphere to the plate. Those who want to rediscover Turkish cuisine should go to Rulez.