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Istanbul's Best Street Food

Wooden red-and-white canopied food carts and hole-in-the-wall cafes are the places to taste the best street food in Istanbul. Stop by one to discover cheap Turkish food and drinks—from Istanbul’s famous fish sandwiches to the city’s preferred hangover cure, called kokoreç. The street food of Istanbul will not only fill an empty stomach, but is easy on the wallet, too.
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Istanbul, Turkey
"Bir lira, bira lira!" you'll hear from food cart vendors as you stroll though the streets of Istanbul. It means, "one lira, one lira," so if you're hungry and on a budget you might want to check out what's on offer. These guys peddle corn on the...
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Taksim Square is at the heart of the Beyoglu neighborhood; the pedestrian-only Istiklal Caddesi, its main artery, ends here at the square. You'll also find Gezi Park and a monument to the Turkish Republic. Crowds come here to shop, dine, see and...
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Mecidiye Mahallesi, Mecidiye Köprüsü Sk. 1/1, 34347 Beşiktaş/İstanbul, Turkey
"Kumpir" is a baked stuffed potato served throughout the city. But the local "thing to do" is venture to Ortakoy near the first Bosporus Bridge to make your own and consume it by the water's edge. There's a number of kumpir stalls near the famous...