All Food and Drink
- YALI Lounge
Just off the lobby, our all-day lounge is an intimate place to mingle with friends over afternoon tea, wind down with cocktails and cigars at night, or try the renowned doner kebab.
Overlooking stunning views of the Bosphorus, Aqua serves tasty fish and seafood dishes in a chic and stylish ambiance. Distinguished by its impeccable service, creative menu and live performances, Aqua invites guests to enjoy the beat of Istanbul and the unparalleled Bosphorus as they dine.
Located in our Hotel lobby, Yasemin invites you to enjoy its stylish interiors and private terrace with views of the Bosphorus. Serving a delicious family breakfast in the morning hours, an elegant afternoon tea and dinner with select flavours from Turkish cuisine, Yasemin is set to become a popular meeting point for exclusive gatherings this winter.
- In-room dining
Ideal for time-zone–hopping travellers, impromptu meetings or for a quiet, private meal, our extensive menu lets you dine in style in the comfort of your guest room or suite.
- The Club
Dine by the pool or quay at our outdoor restaurant, serving fresh fresh, grilled kebabs and locally sourced salads.
Take a culinary journey around Turkey at our summer pop-up restaurant located on the terrace, specializing in a variety of different flavoured kebabs and mezes.
- Anason 34
Join us at Anason 34 for a gastronomical experience at our summer pop-up “meyhane” (a traditional Turkish tavern) near our scenic outdoor pool. Discover colourful mezes and savoury dishes combined with a delightful ambience by the Bosphorus.
SAVAS AYDEMIREXECUTIVE CHEF
Born and raised in Bolu province, Chef Aydemir comes from a family of culinary professionals. After working in a variety of high-end hotel restaurants, he brings his love of local ingredients and Turkish cuisine to Aqua, The Club and YALI Lounge, always striving to learn new cooking techniques through work-study programs.
Adil ÇakıcıExecutive Pastry Chef
Chef Çakıcı was inspired to the culinary arts by his father, who enjoyed a long career as a chef at local restaurants. Çakıcı doesn’t overload guests, preferring to serve smaller-sized international desserts and traditional Turkish pastries crafted “with a twist” and no more than a couple of teaspoons of sugar per temptation. He takes guests’ suggestions to heart to create new tastes.