Cafes; These are places where drinks and light foods are served, and there are places to sit in front of the doors and fast food places. The original French spelling is cafê.
The phrase cafe, derived from the word coffee, was transferred to western languages from Turkish. The word Cafeteria passed into Turkish and into English. Cafes are sometimes referred to as canteens. However, these types of cafes are smaller and more of a quick snack place.
Of course, the indispensable part of the regulars of our Cafe in the region is hookah. In Serbethane, which has a decent open area, you can enjoy your scalding hookah in the cafe section, and serve hot and cold desserts and fruit platters with your guests, as well as tea, coffee and soft drinks.
Cafes are generally known for having a limited menu. However, we would like to point out that Serbethane Cafe & Restaurant is not just a cafe. When it comes to cafe, the first thing that comes to mind is Şerbethane, which is known for its decent atmosphere and is a place where you can find what you are looking for in natural beverages as well as a rich snack and food menu. Cafes generally serve non-alcoholic beverages. There is no alcohol served at Şerbethane Cafe.
Serbethane Cafe & Restaurant; It is located on Arasta Bazaar Street, under the Sultanahmet Mosque and Social Complex. Sherbethane; It is one of the most decent Cafes and Restaurants in Sultanahmet and has a customer portfolio consisting of local and foreign tourists and tourist groups. In Şerbethane; Ottoman Sherbet, Breakfast, Selections from World Cuisine, Hookah, Tea, Coffee and Soft Drinks are served.