Review: Pleasant decor with a green colour theme. The entrance is on one side which you enter through and you pass through to the dining area on the right side. Half of it is inside and it opens to an outdoor area. They seem to have taken up the space between multi-storey buildings and you can see the brick work from those buildings which makes up their space's walls. Smoking is permitted throughout the restaurant. The menu has a repertoire of Western vegetarian standards such as lasagna, quiche, cheesecake. The blackboard menu is just as big and has Turkish dishes. First we had bread. They gave us a variety and olive oil and garlic butter for it. I chose the zeytinyağlı for dinner. This one was made up of all green veggie and was a good choice, being cold, for a hot day but was tasty enough to be satisfying. It was well prepared. I had a glass of white house wine instead of the famous zencefil limonata (ginger lemonade). The wine was Turkish, it was sweet. Service was fine. I was ok with the value at just over YTL20 for main and a wine although this is relatively expensive for Turkey. For the same thing at a lokanta, or a lot of other restoranlar you would pay less. For me this is a four and a half.