Orient Express

Restaurant

Sirkeci Station

Istanbul

Opening of the Orient Express Restaurant goes back to 1890. The building, built by the Prussian architect Jasmund, inspired the design of all the railway stations in Central Europe. The restaurants and beer garden, which have been operating in the same years, have been a stopping place for passers-by.

Taste
Station

Appetizers

İştah Açıcılar
  • Soup of the day
    ₺10.00
    Günün Çorbası
  • Feta Cheese
    ₺8.00
    Beyaz Peynir
  • Cheese Plate
    ₺24.00
    Peynir Tabağı
  • Portakal Soslu Kaşık Salatası
    ₺13.00
  • Four Season Salad
    ₺14.00
    Dört Mevsim Salatası
  • Shephard’s Salad
    ₺14.00
    Çoban Salatası
  • Eggplant Salad
    ₺17.00
    Patlıcan Salatası

Main Courses

Ana Yemekler
  • Roast Lamb Shoulder
    ₺48.00
    Kuzu Tandır Beğendili
  • Kebap With Mashed Egg Plant (Auberpine)
    ₺44.00
    Beğendili Kebap
  • Kebap With Mushroom’s
    ₺40.00
    Et Sote Mantarlı
  • Lamp Shich Kebap
    ₺44.00
    Kuzu Şiş Kebap
  • Grilled Meatball
    ₺30.00
    Izgara Köfte
  • Grilled Chicken
    ₺30.00
    Piliç Izgara
  • Chicken with Soybean Sauce and Mushroom
    ₺32.00
    Soya Soslu Piliç

First Doors Opening

to Europe

Time Out – 2000

Ahmet Karadağ – 11 November 2000

A Restaurant

By Train

Hürriyet 2001

Sevki Yılmaz – 27 September 2001

The dish makes

You miss your train

Radikal 2003

Namık Kemal Barut – 4 February 2004
The 7th Best Train Station Restaurant in the World

A star at the Sirkeci Station.

The Guardian Newspaper, which compiles the top 10 Gar restaurants in Europe, took the Orient Express, which has been serving in Sirkeci Gari since 1890, in the 7th place. The newspaper portrayed the Orient Express as a “calm paradise in a curcunic station.”

Dixe Wills
Sirkeci Gar Station, No:2 İstanbul