Feriye Palace / Restaurant

In the second half of the 19th century, the Ottoman Sultans began to move from the Topkapı Palace to the magnificent palaces they had built on shores of the Bosphorus. This is how the story of the Feriye Police Headquarters unfolds.Feriye Police Headquarters, being the last station of the Dolmabahçe and Çırağan Palaces that stretch from Beşiktaş to Ortaköy, is one of the interesting examples of the Ottoman Architecture of the period. The Feriye Restaurant that was restored by the Kabataş High School Education Foundation in 1995 bridges the past with the future at this distinguished corner of the Bosphorus.The internationally renowned Feriye Restaurant is also one of the first restaurants contacted by institutions from around the world thanks to its academic background.By passing its deep knowledge and experience on to the world through seminars and private dinner presentations, Feriye Restaurant has thus contributed greatly to world recognition of the Ottoman Turkish cuisine and spurred the interest of the gastronomes toward Turkey.