Our last night in Istanbul (6/18) we had dinner at the Giritli and had a fabulous time. It's a little hard to find but anyone nearby will point you in the right direction. We were seated in the tree shaded courtyard and almost immediately food started to appear. For the four of us, 19 separate dishes were brought out to share. There were blackeye peas and greens, humus, seaweed salad, smoked salmon that they described as pastrami (very good), pickled fish and smoked mackerel (the best) and much, much more. The wine flowed and even the white was good. After we snacked on all of starters and had more wine, then...the entree was offered. We asked if they would make one smaller dish that we could share as we were full or near full buy this time. Very friendly staff, very attentive and all of the food that I tasted was good. Fish and veggies only, no red meat or chicken. Dinner per person was 150 lira per person, a little less than $50 per person. Lots of food, lots of wine and dessert. Seems like a bargain when you consider we spent over 2 hours eating, drinking and discussing the wonders of Istanbul. We finished up by walking to the Four Seasons and went to their roof top bar to have a drink and enjoy the awesome view of the Blue Mosque at night. The Four Seasons Bar was expensive but the view was worth the drink prices. Afterwards, we strolled the Hippodrome to enjoy the people of Istanbul celebrating breaking their fast, we were there during Ramadan. Very good restaurant, great evening.