The first vegan restaurant to remain open in Istanbul, Turkey specializing in vegan sweets and traditional Turkish foods. It’s located in the neighborhood of Kadiköy which is slowly becoming a “hip” more gentrified neighborhood. It’s not far from the waterfront and just a block away is CafeMU which offers a few vegan snacks and has vegan mocha lattes.
Masum Mutfak (Innocent Kitchen), an increasingly urban initiative, falls into what we eat in order to stay away from food choices that not only impact ourselves, but the world around us. We are reshaping our world with our choices, to choose the best food for our bodies, and supporting the production of good food for our world. We serve food produced without harming the ecological balance, and without pesticides and preservatives used. We are an organic vegetarian restaurant with vegan-friendly options.
Indian food made with ingredients from an organic kitchen garden in Yalova. The soy milk, almond milk and seitan are made in-house. In addition to the traditional Indian fare, they also have an Indian-spiced vegan burger, spaghetti, and often a delicious vegan chocolate cake. Herbal teas offered, made with herbs from the garden. Above the restaurant, enjoy yoga and Pilates classes, and a small shop with home decoration and furniture from India.
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