Bodrum Cafe is located in the Alemdar MH area of Istanbul in a relatively busy tourist intersection. It is near public transit including a hop-on hop-off bus stops.
The interior opens to a small bar and immediately to a staircase, which leads to the 2nd and 3rd floor seating areas, which offer views of the Hagia Sofia and Blue Mosque. The decor is pretty standard, tables with red and white cloths.
The beer selection is pretty solid based on what I experienced in the city. The draught selection consists only of the Efes Pils, and there are about 20 bottles including a few varieties of Anadolu Efes plus other breweries from the region.
Service during lunch was alright. The waiter was friendly but not really in a hurry or anything.
Food at Bodrum is about what you would expect in a tourist trap. It was expensive and not extraordinary.
All in all this is not the type of spot I would seek out just for beer but it was nice to see several selections from Turkey available.