The restaurant is decorated with a traditional Turkish decor; throw rugs, seats, various cultural artefacts and even the staff themselves wear traditional garb.
Besides offering meat and vegetarian dishes, they host belly dancing performances, sometimes a fortune-teller and even culinary delights with explanations. This typically takes place in the evening. As it should be, one also has an opportunity to smoke some Narghilé – the famous Turkish pipe.
It is not uncommon to smell Turkish-style coffee wafting out of the typical Slovenian home, however in the bars and cafes it is typically espresso that is served. Perhaps this is why Yildiz Han is so loved by locals here in Ljubljana. Here can you get what we call Turkish coffee.