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Eskibağ Teras: Büyükada's best secret with a view

Far removed from the malarial crowds that tend to dominate during Büyükada’s summer seasons, Eskibağ Teras restaurant lives in a category of its own making. The restaurant opened in conjunction with its hotel cousin (Eskibağ Butik Otel). 660 more words

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Atılgan Şarkürteri: keeper of Büyükada cheeses

The smaller backstreets of the “Big Island” are a treasure trove of wonder and delight. You’ll find a welder who rents out his space to artists, while the shop next door is busy selling furniture and discounted cat food. 571 more words

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Büyükada Şekercisi

This şekerci (literally, sugar man) is everything that one would imagine a candy-shop should be: white picket fence, bright but happy colours, and hanging decorations. There is room for a couple of tables outdoors. 169 more words

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HiLe Balık

Dining on the Princes’ Islands is tough. Up until very recently, diners had to chose between the mediocre food of boisterous water-edge restaurants or the mediocre food of the  405 more words

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A Walk to Remember: Princes' Island (Büyükada)

If you ever visit Istanbul, make sure you have Büyükada in your must visit list. Büyükada literally means The Big Island. But, Büyükada is also widely known as the Princes’ Island among the tourists. 1,485 more words

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