Bread, in Turkey, is not just a staple; it’s an art form. From the sesame-crusted Simit to the boat-shaped Pide, Turkish breads are diverse and flavorful. At Beyran CS, this tradition is celebrated and shared with the people of Baku.
Each bread type tells a story. While Simit is often associated with bustling mornings in Istanbul, Pide finds its place in festive feasts and gatherings. Beyran CS ensures that these breads, baked fresh daily, retain their authentic taste and texture.
Paired with Turkish dips or enjoyed just by themselves, the breads at Beyran CS are a testament to the rich baking heritage of Turkey.