Cafés have been an indispensable part of the Turkish culture for centuries. The café, Kahve in Turkish, is a traditional place where people play cards, drink tea or coffee, play backgammon and discuss politics and soccer. The European style cafés offer a variety of food and drinks. Ankara has many of the old as well as the new type of cafés.
Popular Café des Cafés is a place famous for its long Sunday breakfasts. For breakfast you can have Turkish tea, cheese, green and black olives, butter, honey and cakes.
Café - Barceló Ankara Hotel
At Barceló Ankara Hotel you can find both bars and restaurants. Come here to savour a great breakfast buffet or regional specialities in the large garden, the perfect place for hot summer days.
House Café, part of a very successful Turkish chain, is set behind an elegant stone façade on Nenehatun Avenue which is one of the city’s most desired neighbourhoods. The café occupies two floors and a large terrace and serves Sunday brunch every week.
This café opened in 1993 and is located on the famous Arjantin Street. Here you can choose from an extensive menu, why not try one of Cafémiz’s favourites like “Hayal Salad” and “Hayal Pasta”.