The inside of the restaurant can occupy at the most 30 customers not including the small upper deck which can occupy an additional 10. One can choose to eat outside the terrace section of the restaurant but I strongly suggest eating inside for you to have the feel of a Middle eastern ambiance. It was unfortunate though that during our visit there, we didn't have any Turkish or Arab music playing in the background to complete the whole Middle eastern vibe.
They have a wide range of dishes from appetizers to delicious Turkish desserts like the popular Baklava. The group was treated to a variety of curry dishes.
It is definitely a new experience which personally reminded me of my brief moment while I was in Istanbul almost a year ago. The place can be quite small for a large group but it can be quite a comfortable place for small business meetings or even informal meet ups with friends especially if you are into pita bread and dips.
Ziggurat has an official website of its own. You can visit it for more details.
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