Named after the Roman goddess of plenty, Ops Café is located at the back entrance of the French passage in Karakoy. They serve a variety of dishes ranging from breakfast, wraps, daily changing soups to risotto and pasta. They have also a selection of homemade cookies and lemonade. They are known for their Albanian breakfast that can be easily shared by two people. The name comes from their specialty: Albanian smoked beef can be found in many of their dishes. All dishes are served on wooden plates and can be ordered all day long, so having breakfast for dinner or a risotto for breakfast is no problem. But its not their food that is the most interesting but rather the atmosphere. Interior designer and wife of the owner Esin Sözen created a place that invites to stay: bookcases, courtains, cosy chairs, all with a nautical touch, make this venue very cosy. If the weather is good, you can sit outside on yellow chairs and watch the Karakoy crowd. So come here, drink a Julius Meinl coffee out of a retro mug and relax….