This bar, which seems inconspicuous from the outside, transports you to another world. The time of day no longer plays a role here, because there is dimmed light behind heavy curtains in the bar itself. The interior with chandelier, wallpaper, and the classic wooden counter creates an intimate atmosphere. In the background, pleasant music plays—just the right moment to sink in the armchairs opposite the bar. Water is served, the menu is brought out, and then it’s all about the most important thing: the libations. Classic cocktails, many of them newly interpreted, are masterfully mixed here. The barmen and women know what they’re doing. You can rely on their recommendations and admire the creations served in the finest bowls and tumblers. Even cocktails from the 1930s and 1940s are mixed. Ferro Ceylan, who has made a dream come true with this bar after planning it for many years, has created something very round with the “little rooster”.