During a recent romp in Istanbul, we were seeking something a bit more than classic (albeit delicious) Turkish fare for lunch, and a friend suggested Ficcin for its Georgian cuisine. There were approximately a half dozen Circassian dishes on the menu, including a thick triangular shaped borek with mince meat, circassian chicken with walnuts and red pepper paste, and Circassian ravioli with garlic yogurt sauce. The chicken soup broth was also very tasty, especially on a cold, damp Istanbul day. The final bill was very reasonable for three persons, taking into account our wine.There are six venues of Ficcin on all the same side street off of Istiklal Caddesi in Beyoglu. All the food comes from the same kitchen, and service was very courteous and friendly.
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