Tags » Turkish Cuisine

Çesta Mantı

İstanbul, Türkiye’ye geldiğinizde mutlaka gitmeniz gereken bir kaç restorant var. Bunlardan biri Çesta Mantı’dır. Yöresinin tüm lezzetini bize tattırıyor. Çesta Mantı’nın en bilinen yemekleri çiğ börek ve Çesta mantısıdır. 240 more words

Çesta Mantı

Fırında Kadınbudu Köfte: Oven-baked "lady's thighs" meatballs

Many Turkish foods have amusing names, and this is probably the best example. These meatballs are meant to resemble the shape of women’s thighs. 275 more words


Turkish Delight

Culture is everywhere. Discover and dive in. 




Gastronomy of Kars came to Istanbul

Wow, what an excitement it was to have found the gastronomic event at SALT Beyoğlu just in time! I’d been planning to visit Kars, the city that is unknown to many Turks. 1,042 more words

Cook&Eat In Istanbul

Tasty Turkey: best and otherwise eats

Our highlights:

Durak (Patara Beach) 

* see our photos on Trip Advisor

We were recommended this place by the owner of the Syessa ANA shop and we were so happy to have found it! 1,444 more words


Nohutlu Ispanak Kökü: Spinach stem and chickpea stew

Turkish people are known for not wasting food. When dining in Turkey, you are expected to only order as much as you know you will finish, and not throw anything away. 744 more words


Cevizli Lahana Sarması: Vegetarian cabbage rolls with walnuts

The Turkish verb “sarmak” means “to wrap”, whereas “dolmak” means “to be filled/stuffed”: from these roots come the words sarma and dolma.

Most commonly, the sarma or dolma which have meat fillings are eaten while hot, while the ones without meat are served cold. 587 more words