Experience classical Turkish cooking with a visit to the Rami Restaurant in Sultanahmet, Istanbul. With a beautiful view of the Blue Mosque, this
eatery combines the history of the city with fantastic ingredients, producing beautiful cuisine time after time.
Founded in 1989, the place was named after the impressionist Rami Uluer, whose work can be seen displayed throughout the building, adding to the places genuine and authentic ambience.
Although primarily focusing upon traditional Ottoman recipes, the Rami Restaurant also works on combining flavours, along with the traditional way of Turkish cooking, in order to bring new and invigorating meals to its guest’s tables.
Featuring in the Hürriyet Newspaper’s Top 20 Restaurants in Turkey, this eatery has been host to some of the country’s biggest celebrities, such as Gilbert Bécaud, Zeki Alasya and James Spader. Foreign diplomats from all over the world have also visited the Rami, so book your table today to find why!