Some Fulya regulars sprawl out with laptops and stick to the strong Turkish coffee, but you can make a satisfying meal at this pretty, cozy Queen Village cafe. Start with the generously portioned appetizer sampler, which includes finely shredded carrots mashed with olive oil and mixed with a yogurt sauce, then order the only entrée, a plate heaped with delicate Turkish dumplings stuffed with savory spinach or beef. If you’re too full for dessert, get some homemade banana - coconut cake and baklava to go.
We heard Cafe Fulya from Divan's workers.
We decided to have a breakfast at Cafe Fulya and it was one of the best breakfast we've ever had.
I would recommend the breakfast platter that comes with your choise of omelette along with freshly squized Orange or Apple Juice. the strawberry cake that comes with it, was unreal.
The place was packed and design and the decoration of Cafe Fulya was very impressive too Posted by Michael: Sep. September 8th, 2009 at 3:19 AM