Rebecca with the scarf seller in the Grand Bazaar
This is a traditional Turkish restaurant in the Grand Bazaar,
specialising in Ottoman cuisine, with the menu changing daily
so there is no chance of it becoming boring!
After lunch we returned to the scarf seller, who brought us tea, in the traditional Turkish manner. Rebecca eventually bought a scarf and we wandered off to see the rest of the delights of the Bazaar.
Rebecca loved the hanging lamps in the Grand Bazzar
We gradually worked our way downhill to the exit that leads to the warren of narrow streets that lead to the Spice Bazzaar.
Rebecca stands next to some Turkish delight in the Spice Market
We bought some cheese in this delicatessen
The name, Saray Muhallebicisi, translates as "Palace of the Seller of Milk Puddings", and as you can see, they all look rather delicious!
After this we returned home, exhausted but happy.