NB: we have yet to make these!
See that character at the end of the word? It’s not a typical ‘i’. It’s an ‘ı’ and it has a sound different from ‘i’ in Turkish. It’s more of a schwa (ə), which we like to think of as a sort of “generic vowel.” 1
We first tried them in Munich, thanks to Arts in Munich. We were overjoyed when they expanded to our town in Summer 2017. They’re still growing.
A colleague with Turkish culinary smartz recommended this joint just outside our town. Nominally a pizza place, they also have a whole section of their menu dedicated to mantı. We’ve tried several varieties and have yet to be disappointed.