Edirne ,Greek Αδριανούπολις / Adrianoupolis , is a city in the northwestern Turkish province of Edirne in the region of East Thrace, close to Turkey's borders with Greece and Bulgaria. Edirne served as the third capital city of the Ottoman Empire from 1363 to 1453, before Constantinople (present-day Istanbul) became the empire's fourth and final capital. The city's estimated population in 2014 was 165,979.
Things to do in Edirne
4.5 based on 567 reviews
As someone who likes to eat fried liver, this restaurant made me realize that I never ate a really well cooked liver. It was more than delicious, well fried and tender. I also tried yogurt and piyaz, they were also well above average. Definitely recommended for everyone.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
They tried to keep atmosphere old style,that's good.Edirne city is a beautiful and old city.People must keep it that way.They successful for now,wish this continue.Kemal usta cooking traditional Turkish fried lever with fried whole piece red, sundried chili pepper. Sonds good but this dish maybe 2000 calory.Our lever dish was ful of oil,it was too heavy.They must drin the oil out before serving dish.İf you have hearth problem, must keep away.Because they never think about people's health anymore.And I can't tell very delicious. But maybe it's my sencitive point. Your health under your responsibilaty.
But least visitors have to be there to try it,good experience.Good luck.
4 based on 184 reviews
We ate dinner at this restaurant after a busy day strolling and exploring the city. Our order was promptly taken and starters were quickly served. We had soup with salad. My wife had the kofte (meatballas) andI tried the famous ciger (liver) with piyaz (special salad served with meatballs) and fries. Unfortunately the fries didn't come until we were almost done eating but I'd still highly recommend this place. The restaurant is located in the heart of the city only a few steps from the Eski Camii (Old Mosque) and if you sit outside you can watch the people passing by. Servers are quick and friendly and the food is really delicious. Price was reasonable.
4 based on 232 reviews
Tava ciğer is, of course, thinly sliced fried liver, the piece de resistance of Edirne culinary tradition. Nizayi Usta is a great place to have it. It comes with sliced onions, tomatoes, deep fried very hot peppers, and a delicious red pepper dipping sauce. Get ayran to drink with it.
Take a look around you and everybody else and you will see that they are all having exactly the same thing. This is liver lovers paradise. You can't go wrong.
4 based on 28 reviews
Mmmm it's smells good and you can feel the grilled meatballs how perfect can be. Try to be very careful to the first plate with the red sauce ... the reason is hot! Try kofte an drink aryan. Excellent place and very helpful staff
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Really delicious ciger i have ever eat in Edirne. You wont be regret when you eat ;) also staff is really helpful to see other historical places, they told us how can we go etc.
Edirnede bir cok yerde ciger yememe ragmen burasi acik ara en iyisiydi. Tavsiye ederim.
4 based on 31 reviews
At the recommendation of an Edirne local, we came to Kirkpinar Kasap Restaurant near the major shopping street in center of town. We were impressed by the presentation in the restaurant which was bright, clean and spacious. The meat was marinated but not overly flavored. The meat came out succulent, subtly flavored and grilled to perfection. Liver was also offered at this restaurant but we did not try it. I imagine it would be good too. We saw that a few people did come buy the meat from the restaurant while we were there. It would work out well for people who are self catering. So if you find yourself wanting some good meat while in Edirne, do try this restaurant.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Me and my friend went to Vargo two times. The first time was in the evening but unfortunately there was no free table overlooking the town. We ordered some mezze and butter beef stakes. The mezze was really delicious - 4 different dips with some very tasty bread. Unfortunately, we couldn't really enjoy it because the waiter brought the stakes very soon. We expected that they would wait for us to finish the mezze but no can do. So at some point at a really small table we had to gather all the food.
Anyway, the stakes were delicious, the meat was fresh, so we left happy.
The next time we went it was one week later for a late lunch. Unfortunately, we were disappointed. We ordered the sea bass which was either old or grilled while frozen because the meat was really hard to chew. At least the lemonade was tasty!
In the evenings the place gets crowded so if you are a bigger company you should make a reservation.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Its a very tiny but very clean and nice place...the owner is so polite, respectful and friendly. Also the waiters are very friendly. Desserts are very testy. Its amazingly fresh and delicious. The prices are reasonable. So long story short if you are visiting Suleymaniye mosque, old mosque or uc serefeli mosque you should stop by for taste one of their special desert. All they produce three kinds of desserts; tri leche, cheese dessert and hayrabolu... Enjoy your stay!
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