Tantpis is a lovingly furnished café/restaurant run by a Turkish family. It has emerged from a multi-cultural social project, everyone is welcome here as a motto. The food is delicious and not too expensive (Attention only cash payment possible). During the day the dishes are from different kitchens of the world, in the evening one serves eastern, Mediterranean kitchen with Turkish focus. When the weather is fine, the Blade Courtyard with its urban charm invites you to linger. Perfect for an afternoon coffee and a piece of homemade cake.
My tip: The mezze are great, but I especially like the manti. The homemade Turkish dumplings are filled with chopped veal and served with yoghurt and butter sauce. Also available as a vegi version filled with potatoes.