What to Eat in Istanbul

Turkish Delight, Kebob, Pide, puff bread, Baklava,… These are only some typical delicious Turkish dishes – but there’s more. See for yourself:

Turkish Delight.

Turkish Delight.

 

More Turkish Delight.

More Turkish Delight.

 

You can find these little stands with sesame rings everywhere.

You can find these little stands with sesame rings everywhere.

 

Baklava varieties.

Baklava varieties.

 

Corn and chestnuts are sold everywhere, too.

Corn and chestnuts are sold everywhere, too.

 

Lunch buffet at Balkan Lokantasi in Taksim.

Lunch buffet at Balkan Lokantasi in Taksim.

 

Items from the lunch buffet: top left: beef sausages and potatoes. Top right: rice with raisins, carrots, peas, and something else. Bottom left: salad with jalapenos. Bottom right: some sort of pudding dessert.

Items from the lunch buffet: top left: beef sausages and potatoes. Top right: rice with raisins, carrots, peas, and something else. Bottom left: salad with jalapenos. Bottom right: some sort of pudding dessert.

 

Fresh fruit.

Fresh fruit.

 

A street vendor with fresh fruit.

A street vendor with fresh fruit.

 

Dinner buffet.

Dinner buffet.

 

Honey combs and baklava.

Honey combs and baklava.

 

You can find these little stands with sesame rings everywhere.

You can find these little stands with sesame rings everywhere.

 

Baked goods.

Baked goods.

 

A Döner.

A Döner.

 

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The puff bread and a Greek salad

 

IMG_9488bIstanbul Kebob at Aloran Cafe in Sultanahmet

Istanbul Kebob at Aloran Cafe in Sultanahmet

 

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