Different countries, different coffee you can find. So if you are in Naples, you can go from Gambriuns to try the real Neapolitan coffee, once in Istanbul, to try the real turkish coffee, you can try Mandabatmaz.
What makes the turkish coffee is thick foam that covers the cup, “so thick that even a buffalo there sinks”. The restaurant is more “a hole in the wall” that a coffee; it is located on a narrow street where customers sit on small stools on either side of the road. For local to drink turkish coffee Mandabatmaz is a tradition that can be eaten after lunch or after dinner. And to repay, Mandabatmaz does not use that roasted coffee beans personally.
Mandabatmaz is located in Olivia Gecidi No: 1/A, near the church of St. Anthony of Padua, the largest Catholic church in the city, so close to Istiklal Street, the main shopping street of Istanbul.