The Ramadan menu is the name given to the special menus that restaurants prepare for iftar times during Ramadan. If you are in Istanbul during Ramadan, you should be a guest at one of the best restaurants in the city, where you can eat traditional Turkish dishes and special dishes from the Ottoman palace cuisine. For an authentic iftar dinner where you will find peace in a unique ambiance, you should choose the best among Sultanahmet restaurants.
Your address, of course, is Deraliye Ottoman Palace Cuisine!
Deraliye Restaurant is waiting for you a few minutes from Hagia Sophia and Sultanahmet in the Historical Peninsula with its decoration reflecting the traditional Ottoman culture and the delicious iftar menu that adorns the table of the Ottoman Sultans.
Special Ramadan Menu for the Month of Ramadan
Ramadan is the month of fasting. In other words, it means patience to endure hunger and thirst throughout the day. At night, it is free to eat and drink until a certain time. In addition to being worshiped, fasting is also said to have many benefits for the body.
Even if you don’t fast, a traditional iftar dinner at the right restaurant remains a unique and delicious memory and experience gained during Ramadan. Eating at a restaurant rich in the iftar menu in Istanbul will be a truly wonderful experience for you. Deraliye Restaurant’s specially prepared Ramadan menu, with its richness and assertive flavors, can really give you this experience.
Deraliye Restaurant Ramadan Menu
This year, Deraliye Ottoman Cuisine Restaurant has a simple yet delicious variety of traditional and delicious Ramadan menu. In Sultanahmet, the tourism center of Istanbul, within walking distance of Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque… With its location, Ottoman-era decoration, peaceful atmosphere, and high-quality service, it awaits you and your guests!
Now let’s look at the details of the Deraliye Restaurant Ramadan Menu:
Starters for Iftar
Medina dates, sun dried apricots, kalamata olives, white cheese, homemade jam, honey, butter, cherry tomatoes, pickled red beets, Ramadan pita.
Special Ottoman sherbet for every iftar evening.
Tarhana Soup with Cherry: Spicy fruit soup with yogurt flavored with sour cherry.
Chickpea Paste: Special Kocbasi chickpea paste, tahini, lemon, garlic, black pepper, hummus with currants, and cinnamon.
Leaf Wrap with Cherry: Boiled rice wrapped in grape leaves, cumin, cinnamon, ginger, onion, currant, peanut, and grape leaf-wrapped wth cherry grains.
Muammara: Local appetizer prepared with walnuts, pepper paste, bread crumbs, and spices
Hot Paste: Paste flavored with red pepper, onion, garlic, cucumber, pepper paste, olive oil, and spices.
Mutabbal: Roasted eggplant puree with tahini, strained yogurt, garlic, and lemon juice.
Sailor’s Roll with Honey: Fried pastry wrapped in dough prepared with various Turkish cheeses. Served with honey and currants on top.
Optional Main Courses
Lamb in Tandoori: Lamb meat with spicy rice cooked in a stone oven with the traditional method.
Menu price per person 375 TL
Pistachio Kebab: Lamb and veal minced meat marined with pistachio.
Menu price per person 325 TL
Goose Kebab: Goose meat served with rice and special sauce in phyllo pack.
Menu price per person 420 TL
Turkish Dessert Plate
Levzine: Halva with powdered almonds, butter, and nutmeg.
It is a special dessert that was included in the menu of the circumcision wedding of Cihangir and Beyazıt, the sons of Suleiman the Magnificent, in 1539.
Special sherbet is served at every iftar evening.
Unlimited Tea/1 pc. Coffee or Beverage.