A Food Lovers Tour of Istanbul1871875

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As the largest city in Turkey as well as the capital from the region the location where the East and the West meet over the Bosphorus, Istanbul is an ideal spot to explore. Whether you are staying for a weekend or longer, book a space in one of the best hotels in Istanbul and head into the city to discover.

As you wander across the ancient and enchanting streets with the city, you will notice so much history it's almost overwhelming. That is to be expected: take a rest back in your living area in one of the best hotels in Istanbul, then go out to refuel. You will discover no shortage of places to dive directly into the local and international culinary culture. Make sure you try the kebabs, the street food as well as the seafood, which are extraordinarily fresh and attractive.


The city is really a meat-lover's paradise with regards to the cuisine. This is not to say that vegetarians aren't well-catered for too, however the pride with the city may be the kebabs. These aren't the British after the pub version. The kebabs in the city are a creative art form all their own. When you step out of the lobby of the finest hotels in Istanbul you'll never be far away from a few of the top places inside the city to sample a delicious kebab. From the sliced franchise, with succulent lamb and spices, to the grilled chunks of high-quality meat, there is a kebab shop for any budget and palate. To get the best views and some of the tastiest versions in the city, book a table at Hamdi Restaurant right close to the major mosques. Or, head over to Ciya Sofrasi, which serves traditionally cooked kebabs and dishes that change daily based on what's fresh.

-Street food

All around the city you can't help but notice the many street vendors offering their tasty looking dishes. The first thing you will see is likely to be the simit dealers walking with the crowded streets hawking the ring-shaped savoury breads from pole they keep on top of their heads. Give these a chance and then make sure to try misir (grilled corn) for your veggie intake. Following a night out, you might like to try the kebabs or perhaps the pizza-like lahmacun, which is a thin round of dough covered with ground meat, spices along with a touch of tomato. The key is to be adventurous and get a taste of all things.


For those who are remaining in the best hotels in Istanbul, you'll not be too far from the Bosphorus and the seafood that is bought and sold there on the shore. To get a quick meal, grab a bahk ekmek (fish bread) from one of the vendors through the water. It includes fresh fish, usually just earned by boat, grilled or fried before you and served simply in bread. Or, if you would like something much more elegant but low-key, choose the freshest ingredients in the fishmongers and bring them home. But if you want to feel the glamour and style of the city, there is no limit to the number of restaurants serving up several of the best seafood you'll ever eat - and the best thing is that you could get excellent meals to suit any budget.