Ankara - Cafes
Cafés have been an indispensable part of 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.
Café des Cafés
Café des Cafés is famous for its long Sunday breakfast, which includes Turkish tea, cheese, green and black olives, butter, honey and cakes.
Serves breakfast buffet and regional specialities with a large garden to enjoy in the summer.
Another café where you can have open buffet Sunday brunch as well as many other choices. It is on one of the busiest and trendiest streets in town. Valet parking available.
A very successful Turkish chain located on Nenehatun Avenue, one of the city’s most desired neighbourhoods, set behind an elegant stone façade. The House Café Ankara occupies two floors and a large terrace and serves Sunday brunches every Sunday between 10:00-14:00. Valet parking available.
Ankara’s first café on the famous Arjantin Street have an extensive menu. Valet parking available.