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You will get charged 50 lira for a glass of beer on top of some live music charge of 50 lira per person at the end. The waiting stuff is useless and the music is very bad and very load. The place is small and...More
Most of drinks were more expensive. Glasses were not washed. Before we use it was smelling raki. they bring more things what we ordered offcourse we had to pay. We ordered a bottle of raki and a dish of cheese. They bring just one were...More
I entered the bar for the music and stayed long - the music was great and authentic, the clientele also. So much for the plus. The minus side: too expensive, been charged not only for the beers but also for some nachos I did not...More
Got charged 10 lira per person for the music, which was not mentioned anywhere. Also a 6 lira service charge. We were 3 people, we purchased 2 beers and ended up getting charged 60 TRY. If the music was good, maybe I'd be less annoyed...More
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