This place, located in the Sarıyer neighborhood, up the Bosphorus, is what is called in Turkish, "Börek Salonu," meaning "Borax Hall." Here they sell the Borek, and burekas in plural.
The borek is made from thin layers of puff pastry dough, rolled and filled with fillings such as cheese, spinach, meat and the like. It is baked here in large molds and sold in pieces, by weight.
This is Turkish and Mufti burekas , alongside which are also sold foods such as Pide, a long pastry made of pizza dough containing cheese, egg or meat. Or Suböreği, in Turkish "water borax" - Borek filled with cheese or spinach cooked in water and slightly reminiscent of lasagna.
There are also burekas with sweet fillings, and in any case - the serving of the dishes, with the impressive cutting of pastries and placing them on a tin plate with paper on it - everything here means perfect simplicity.
Drink a glass of Ayran, the spicy yogurt drink that the Turks have invented, tea or lemon.