Maza is a Mediterranean and Turkish restaurant in Las Vegas, which offers you the finest and the best Turkish Halal Dishes. The Turkish cuisine is one the most famous kithchen of the world for centuries. Its history is traced back to the glory of Ottoman Empire. Maza Turkish restaurant offers traditional and authentic Turkish Cuisine with warm modern atmosphere. You can have a chance to experience the taste of the Turkish foods in Las Vegas. You can visit Maza for lunch, dinner, business meetings or casual meetings. After the meals, you can explore the sweets which give you a perfect ending. Especially, chief recommends you to try Manti, Sarma, Karnıyarık, Chicken Kebab and Chicken Shish Swarma. Come and taste the best foods in this Turkish restaurant. If you are looking for a restaurant which sells and cooks best Turkish foods, it is the best address for you. After the meals or the break times you can drink Turkish coffee in Turkish café and Lounge.
Turkish Café and Lounge is place where Turkish coffee is served. Turkish coffee is a traditional method of preparing unfiltered coffee. It is prepared by roasted and grounded coffee beans and it is simmered in a pot. It can be served with sugar and in a cup. Turkish coffee is an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Turkey. So, we offer you this delicious taste. You can experience this drink after meal or at break times. Also, it is served with Turkish delight.
Traditional Turkish coffee is available at Turkish Café and Lounge. You can come and taste it whenever you want. Our restaurant is open seven days of the week between 10 a.m. and 11 p.m. Besides the coffee you can also taste the tea. All these drinks are special for Turkish people and Turkish cuisine. Maza serves you the best coffee, drinks and foods that are special for the Turkish Cuisine.
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The Turkish coffee will be promoted in the U.S. through a documentary filmed by a Turkish foundation in seven cities of the country where the strong drink is prepared in different ways.
The documentary titled “Turkish Coffee Tales of Anatolia” will be screened by the Turkish Coffee Lady Foundation on the occasion of World Turkish Coffee Day on Dec. 5.
The documentary will be presented at art shows by a micro art artist, Hasan Kale, in major US cities, including New York, Washington DC, Boston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and San Francisco.
A nearly one-hour documentary was shot in the provinces of Mardin, Şanlıurfa, Gaziantep, Karabük, Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, and Nevşehir to tell the presentations and stories of Turkish coffee to foreign societies.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency, foundation head Gizem Salcigil White said: “We have been promoting the Turkish coffee, a 500-year-old brand, in the US and different countries for 12 years.”
“Our aim is to explain the value of Turkish coffee abroad and to increase the demand for it. We want Turkish coffee to reach the value it deserves,” White said.
A cup of coffee has a memory of forty years in this land. Coffee is the symbol of conversations, friendship, sometimes respect and sometimes hospitality. The entry of Turkish coffee into Turkish-Ottoman culture dates back to the 1500s.
Sultan Süleyman’s Yemen Governor Özdemir Pasha brings coffee from Yemen to the palace. The coffee, which started to be cooked in a new way in the palace kitchen, is called Turkish coffee. Coffee cooked in pots and coffee pots is served with delicacies such as Turkish delight, water or sherbet.
The public’s acquaintance with coffee is thanks to the coffeehouses that were first opened in Tahtakale and then rapidly spread to the whole city. In these coffeehouses, books and current articles are read, chess and backgammon are played, and poetry and literature conversations are held at all hours of the day. Coffee culture thus left its mark on the social life of the period. Thanks to the Ottoman ambassadors, the taste and fame of Turkish coffee first enveloped Europe and then the whole world.