Zeyta Emirgan Istanbul

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Zeyta Emirgan, owned by a female entrepreneur, is a charming wine house located on the most beautiful street in Emirgan. The place looks gorgeous, both inside and outside, with carefully chosen decorations creating a pleasing atmosphere.

The name “Zeyta” means olive, and olive trees at the entrance are a symbol of the place, giving a strong connection to nature. The wooden benches outside, right in front of their windows, are my favorite seats. Especially in autumn, I love watching leaves fall with a glass of red wine in my hand.

At Zeyta Emirgan, you can enjoy a good selection of boutique wines from Turkey and Europe, along with delicious cheese plates and a special breakfast menu on weekends. They also host special events like wine tasting, jazz night, and cinema days. Please check their events on their Instagram.

Before leaving, make sure to take home some of the locally produced extra virgin olive oil and handmade soaps crafted by women from different regions of Turkey. It’s a perfect way to extend the experience and enjoy the flavors of Zeyta Emirgan in the comfort of your own home. And not to forget, if you know how to play, the piano inside is all yours. Zeyta is always open to hearts full of inspiration and passion.

Zeyta Emirgan is a nice option for wine and olive oil lovers. It offers a unique ambiance, attention to detail, and a delightful selection of items that will make you want to come back.

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Details about this spot



Emirgan Mahallesi, Emirgan Mektebi Sokak, Selin Apt, No:31/A, Sarıyer/İstanbul, Istanbul

Telephone number


Opening Times

Mon - Sun 09:00 - 00:30


Glass of wine: TL 250


Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)