When the weekend rolls around and you want to dig into a breakfast spread fit for a king, you might think about heading over to Cihangir, Moda, Karaköy, Bebek or Yeniköy – but admit it, the thought of going to Sultanahmet won’t even cross your mind. The neighborhood might be considered overly touristy and thus generally avoided by locals, but now Sultanahmet’s got a surprise in store for us all. Located on the terrace floor of Hotel Darussaade Istanbul near the Arasta Bazaar, Saade Kahvaltı is a new eatery run by a family with 35 years of experience in hospitality and tourism management. The hotel’s owner Zuhal Hanım shares many of her own recipes in the Saade breakfast, like her dry-curd cottage cheese with onions and her crowd-pleasing cheese with herbs and walnuts. This fantastic breakfast spread also includes tomato paste from Antep, za’atar herbs from Mersin, homemade jams and a tomato salad with pumpkin seeds you won’t likely find anywhere else. We also loved Saade’s floral ceramic plates – and we bet you’ll find it hard to resist sharing photos of them on Instagram.
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Akbıyık Caddesi 90