An entrepreneur in Konya is offering the traditional wedding rice menu of the city to his customers at his establishment with a view of a historical bathhouse.
Surrounded by shops and with its facade facing the street blocked by a wall, the historical bathhouse, which is not well-known due to its surroundings, underwent restoration about 3 years ago.
By incorporating the historical bathhouse within it, the restaurant constructed around it was designed with large windows on the entrance and upper floors, allowing for a view of the bathhouse. Visitors to the restaurant can see the preserved historical bathhouse through these windows in the middle.
Visitors here can indulge in a menu consisting of traditional wedding dishes, including meat and rice pilaf, Okra and Yayla soup, as well as Semolina Halva and Zerde dessert, until they are fully satisfied.
Arif Erdeo, a migrant from Germany, mentioned that he and his family visited Konya for a trip. He said, "We live in Germany, and we are originally from Karaman. We came to this place based on recommendations. It caught our interest. It has a historical bathhouse in its view, it's a fantastic place. I haven't seen a restaurant like this before."