Haricot bean is one of the most authentic foods of the Turkish Cuisine. In fact, the Turks tend to call it their "civil" food, like a blueprint or DNA. Haricot beat, or kurufasulye, as it is called in Turkish is a typical "home" cooked food, such that one is likely to run into it in practically any city in Turkey -although its taste will change from one region to another due to different cooking habits.
Haricot Bean is mostly served together with home-cooked rice (basmati or plain white) and pickle.
Fasuli is one of the restaurants, which is specialized in serving the Turkish " kurufasulye". It is placed near the Karakoy harbour, where all the passenger cruise lines are docked.