You can enjoy Turkish coffee, drinks and snacks at the 18 or so eateries. Fast food outlets sell sandwiches, burgers, pizza and hot dogs, and there's a sit-down restaurant too. Some of the more recognizable chains here include Sbarro pizza and Starbucks. For a sweet treat, there's also a confectionary counter and a place to buy ice cream.
Browse watches, jewelry, sweets, tobacco and Turkish souvenirs at the terminal's small selection of stores. Those looking for a typically Turkish memento may be interested in purchasing nazar boncuğu (blue eye) amulets, which are said to ward off bad luck. Baklava and Turkish delights are on offer at the Turkish I.D shop - the layout was designed to resemble a Turkish street market. Look out for Raki - the country's national alcoholic drink - and pashmina shawls. After Security, there's a dedicated store selling toys and sweet treats - perfect for keeping the kids occupied. There are also duty-free stores on the main concourse and near the gates. If you'd like to complete your duty-free shopping before arriving at the airport, a Click and Collect service is available.
There are no restuarants or cafés in the Terminal 1 Arrivals area.
There's a duty-free store where you can make your final purchases before leaving the airport.
Though the prayer room in this terminal is technically a mosque, people of all faiths are allowed to enter.
However, moderate dress is required and women are asked to cover their heads.
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