Bişi, (pronounced bishy), takes its name from a local speciality of bread dough
lightly fried until it puffs up, and is also a play on words on the local prononciation of bir şey, Turkish
for "something". And Tozan's quirky sense of humour can be seen throughout the menu. Bişi's menu is varied
and ranges from English breakfast, chicken nuggets and fish and chips to an assortment of Cypriot dough
specialities: pirohu, Tatar böreği, gözleme, sosyete mantısı and of course the famous
bidda badadez. They make have a humorous name based on the local patois, but this is serious eating! Pitta pockets
filled with potato to which you can add to, choosing from various fillings like halloumi or meatball - certainly enough carbs
to keep you going throughout the day! Meat lovers will enjoy the pulled brisket flatbread (dana döş durum) and vegetarian options
include filling mushroom pies and cheese pies.
Bişi is a bit off the beaten track, in a road leading off the main kebab and lahmacun drag, but over 9 years Tozan Sarı
has built up quite a following and has a fleet of delivery scooters to meet the growing demand. Don't miss the
opportunity of tasting the jovial Tozan's take on local specialities.