727 S. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA | Directions 1914739.939513 -75.145940
Tuesday Wendnesday, & Thursday: 6:30am - 9:00pm
Friday: 6:30am - 10:00pm
Saturday: 7:30am - 10:00pm
Sunday: 7:30am - 9:00pm
Neighborhoods: South Philadelphia, Queen Village/ Pennsport
Killer Coffee – Great neighborhood coffeehouse. Eclectic ambiance. Interesting menu. Great service and friendly staff. Good selection of killer coffees, breakfast, wraps and sandwich selections for any time of day. Jen
Incredible Nook – Stumbled into this incredible nook the other day.... the setting was a quaint vibe that reminded me of my vacations in France. Very Nostalgic, and the people were extremely warm and friendly. I ordered a CAPPUCCINO & FETA CHESSE OMELETE as a gorgeous young lady suggested i try. Fatastic choice. It was delicious. CAFE FULYA is my new passion..... thank you for the experience.
Homemade Sandwiches & Soups – The coffee is great and they have a ton of flavors. When you go, make sure you are hungry. They have homemade sandwiches and soups - and the desserts are incredible. They really do make everything from scratch. Thanks for giving back to the community and for making it a great place to visit.
Special Occasion – Atmosphere, setup, service and, of course, food were outstanding and very memorable. Most certainly deserves to be on the list for a "special" occasion venue, like a first date. Share the strawberry coconut cake with a cup of Turkish coffee. You will be amazed..... Maki
Great little Turkish cafe – Not sure why that other person ranked this so bad, this little spot is basically the perfect cafe. It is a great place to go for a coffee/lunch/dessert date or chat with friends. I went there for the first time the day after Thanksgiving, the place was filled at lunchtime, and many were Turkish (including my Turkish teacher! Quelle coincidence). I wish there were more things for veggie types like me (especially vegans, I'm not a strict one though) but that's really more a limitation of the cuisine. Can't wait to go back!
GoodTurkish cafe – Have eaten here once and were pleased. My husband is Turkish and we particularly liked the manti (little filled dumplings served with garlic-yogurt and spicy butter).
Kofte (meatballs) were good too.
The chocolate fudge dessert was dry.
I've heard the breakfasts are really good. I know they serve poached eggs with garlic yogurt and spicy sauce, which I've made at home and love- can't wait to try here. (I know it may sound strange to Americans, but it is a REALLY good dish.)
The 1-star review here may have been written by a competing Turkish restaurant down the street - I wouldn't believe it. (Look at how vague it is!)
very bad food!!!!! – not good at all.food is so not tuerkish!!!!!!wouldt not go back.and i,m tuerkish.!!!!!save your money and dont go!!!!
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