Cafe with drinks but they also teach crafts etc on pottery its very quite but i heard they offer suitable courses for people willing to learn.
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I read about marbling paper at Caferaga Medresesi in a guide and being a mixed media artist, I really wanted to try the process. You may find many simplified processes online but here, you will experience the technique that has been used to decorate paper...More
While the handicrafts on sales are interesting, it was the tiny restaurant that kept bringing us back. The food was simply superb and ridiculously cheap. Add the very atmospheric surroundings and you couldn't ask for more.
Other reviewers have greatly described this place. It's a must have experience in Istanbul and I wish I knew it in the past. My wife, 8 years old daughter and I took an Ebru marbling lesson given by the amazing Goskun (Josh), who was one...More
I stumbled across the peaceful caferaga medresesi courtyard, which is very close to the centre of the old town down a cobbled side street. I was lucky to be able to do an ebru class (traditional turkish paper marbling) with George teaching me, for 100TL...More
It was a wonderful experience of something traditionally Turkish that you can take away with you that will not perish!!! Off beaten pass, something quite unique😄 My friend and I enjoyed our time here with Josh very much! While hands on trying to implement techniques...More
Had a great 2 days learning how to draw tradition decoration, with local students, I can not speak Turkish but they all made me feel very welcomed and the touter spoke excellent English . The place has a vibe of its own, so if you...More
A small, discrete sign on our way to the carpet-museum triggered our curiosity. Realising,as we popped by for a quick look-see, that there was also a cafe in the courtyard, we decided to have our lunch for the day. Boy, am I glad we did!?!...More
Hidden corner for tea, coffee, lunch, and chat. No alcohol. Traditional Craft shops and artisans around. look for marble paper work. Peace for midday -a break from the hassle of the city.