Inspired and nourished by its Anatolian roots, respectful of its geography, history, and cultural continuity, Nahita, the new star of Anatolian cuisine, harbors the mindfulness that lacks in the new world. Nahita’s “good” sense and approach is reflected throughout its philosophy, narrative, service, and dishes.
Nahita’s inherit ties to Cappadocia, home to one of the oldest human settlements in history, and Anatolia, where the world's earliest teachings originated, the first clay pots were created, copper was processed, agriculture and farming were established, tables were set to share meals, and the “major transformation" of humanity begun, is reflected in its location at the heart of Anatolia.
Nahita promises guests a journey where they can reconnect with nature and culture to experience the regional heritage. From the perspective of cultural heritage, Nahita adopts the principle of maintaining Anatolian culture in a waste-free environment.
Nahita’s menu is curated through produce from an area of 60 km diameters, where most significant Neolithic Age settlements can be found. Cappadocia, one of the few areas where life has uninterruptedly persisted for around 11 thousand years, is among the most outstanding examples of this period, when social order was altered, and urbanized life started.