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CİTY CAR RENTAL Cafe & Restaurant References

Café or café in the original French spelling, small business serving food and beverage to customers. Usually it has a limited menu. Cafes, which were originally places where coffee was served, gradually became places where simple foods and all kinds of hot and cold beverages were served.

The introduction of coffee in Europe has provided people who do not drink alcohol with an alternative to bars for their social activities. After the first café (as a coffeehouse) appeared in Istanbul in the 1550s, cafes began to open in Italy, France, Germany and England in the 1600s. Over the next 200 years, Europe's most famous cafes opened in London as the coffeehouse. and it became a meeting place for news, discussions and political groups. Cafe owners compete with each other to bring Whig and Tory newspapers to the public; In the cafes, insurance, ships, goods, and rarely even slaves were bought and sold. Intellectuals, actors, and artists used to present their views and works to their friends in the cafes they frequented. Cafes became unofficial post offices where letters and parcels were exchanged. With the printing of daily newspapers and the establishment of the postal administration in the 19th century, cafes lost these features over time.

Around the same time, French cafes became a meeting point for intellectuals and artists. This situation is clearly seen in the literary works and paintings of the period. Wealthy gourmets dine in Paris' luxury restaurants, while "Bohemian" artists dine in the more casual cafes and bistros. Cafes continued to be an important social institution in France throughout the 20th century.

At the end of the 20th century, different types of coffee such as espresso became popular in the United States, and many venues specializing in coffee were opened. In the same period, while European style cafes became widespread in Turkey, coffeehouses and cafes, which were the meeting places of intellectuals in the past, turned into game halls where games such as cards, rumors and backgammon were played.

A restaurant or restaurant is a place where meals and drinks are prepared and served to customers for a fee. It consists mostly of a large dining hall and kitchen.

Restaurants are mostly privately owned. Meals are usually served and eaten at the restaurant, but there are also restaurants with take-out and home delivery. Restaurants differ in their appearance and the type of food they offer. Some restaurants make a difference with the local cuisine they offer, and some with their understanding of service.

In ancient times, inns and taverns were used instead of restaurants, and these were generally established for those who were traveling. Although similar ones have been established in China; Today's restaurants emerged in Europe in the 18th century, when businesses entered the business of preparing and selling food to order. There were soup kitchens and soup kitchens that offered food service to the public in the Ottomans. Although soup kitchens can be seen as the forerunner of the western-style restaurants that will emerge in the last period of the Empire, these places generally visited for nutrition purposes were different from the restaurants visited to taste different flavors.

People who work professionally in cooking in restaurants are called cooks. In restaurants that employ more than one cook, a head chef can be found. In fact, in large restaurants, there may be a kitchen chef and more than one chef under him.


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