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Review: Traditional and everyday Turkish food is not really very spicy, which might seems a little strange given the popular image of bustling bazaars. Anyway, spend enough time in the city and you may be starting to miss something with a little bit more of a kick. Dubb does a pretty good job in this regard - the dishes are well made and full of spicy flavour. Vegetarians will appreciate the layout of the menu, as well as a dedicated Veg. section for mains and a set Veg. menu option, most of the starters etc. are also veg and marked as such. A little more detail here though would be beneficial for vegans and non-egg eaters. The prices are high compared to other places, it's unavoidable since it's Istanbul and anything "ethnic" is something of a novelty, however the servings are very generous so it's not that bad really. You'll find that a single dish of rice is easily enough for two people. The view from the top floor is superb, so it's worth hiking up the 4 or 5 flights of stairs (just hope there's a free table when you get there!).