Madonna’s question whether Bosphorus is an artificial lake or not has left luxury restaurant manager dumbfounded. Madonna gives her 3rd concert of her MDNA World Tour 2012 today at Istanbul TT Arena.
Istanbul / NationalTurk – Madonna asked the manager of SuAda restaurant if the Bosphorus was an artificial lake during dinner last night.
The Quenn of POp was enjoying a late night dinner with her boyfriend, Brahim Zaibat, one of her dancers who
was spotted looking every inch happy holding hand in hand when Madonna exited a plane in Istanbul, Turkey, the previous night.
Madonna enjoys her stay in Istanbul
As they walked down the stairs of the aircraft, Madonna, 53, and her younger lover, 24, stayed close to one another with their fingers entwined, a hort while later Madonna’s children apperad at the exit of the airplane.
After a full day Istanbul tour, including visits to Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque, Madonna arrived on the SuAda restaurant, a fancy place on an small island on Bosphorus, the jewel of Istanbuş. After a while Madonna took an interest in the extraordinary view. After asking questions about the genuineness of Bosphorus, she asked the manager of the establishment whether Istanbul’s Suada Club, an island located between the two Bosphorus Strait bridges, was real.
Madonna amazed by Bosphorus
Madonna ‘s dinner menu was rather plain but nevertheless delicous. The pop icon ordered a salad but tasted a variety of dishes, including eggplant salad and several kinds of fish.
Madonna called later her dancers and invited them to join her at her table. A group of her dancers arrived at SuAda soon after. Madonna headed to the Çırağan Palace Kempinski at the shores of beautiful Boshporus at the end of the night, while Madonna’s crew stopped at Reina for some late night clubbing. The club, the hotel and the restaurant are really close to eachother.