Istanbul's Top 10 Street Foods

There are many delicacies you can find while wandering around the streets of Istanbul. Here are the top 10 chosen by http://www.travelagewest.com/Travel/Europe/Istanbul-s-Top-10-Street-Foods/#.U9JaA-NdXTp
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Lahmacun is also called Turkish pizza as it is flat, topped with minced meat, onions and pepper- but the catch here is to eat it by wrapping it after squezing lemon and adding parsley!

Lahmacun is also called Turkish pizza as it is flat, topped with minced meat, onions and pepper- but the catch here is to eat it by wrapping it after squezing lemon and adding parsley!

Islak is a “wet hamburger" with a tomato-garlic sauce. These are mostly found in Taksim Square.

Islak is a “wet hamburger" with a tomato-garlic sauce. These are mostly found in Taksim Square.

Simit is a kind of bagel that you can find on almost every street corner in Turkey. Mostly eaten for breakfast, you can also eat it any time of the day, plain or with cheese.

Simit is a kind of bagel that you can find on almost every street corner in Turkey. Mostly eaten for breakfast, you can also eat it any time of the day, plain or with cheese.

Börek is a traditional Ottoman dish with multi-layered phyllo pastry filled with spinach, cheese, potatoes or meat. Börek is commonly eaten at breakfast, but you can also eat it any time of the day. Börek is best accompanied with Turkish tea.

Börek is a traditional Ottoman dish with multi-layered phyllo pastry filled with spinach, cheese, potatoes or meat. Börek is commonly eaten at breakfast, but you can also eat it any time of the day. Börek is best accompanied with Turkish tea.

Döner and dürüm sandwiches are kind of like Turkish burritos. Made by stuffing thin pieces of the meat into a Turkish tortilla called lavaş (lavash) along with tomatoes, onions, peppers and yogurt sauce.

Döner and dürüm sandwiches are kind of like Turkish burritos. Made by stuffing thin pieces of the meat into a Turkish tortilla called lavaş (lavash) along with tomatoes, onions, peppers and yogurt sauce.

Nohutlu pilav can be found on every street corner in İstanbul. It is white rice with boiled chickpeas.

Nohutlu pilav can be found on every street corner in İstanbul. It is white rice with boiled chickpeas.

Kokoreç is skewers of spiced sheep’s intestines stuffed in to a half or a quarter of bread along with chopped tomatoes and green peppers.

Kokoreç is skewers of spiced sheep’s intestines stuffed in to a half or a quarter of bread along with chopped tomatoes and green peppers.

Midge, stuffed mussels, can be found on almost every corner in the Old City and Taksim Sqaure. The mussles are stuffed with white rice and herbs, and with a few drops of lemon juice it is just ready for you to eat!

Midge, stuffed mussels, can be found on almost every corner in the Old City and Taksim Sqaure. The mussles are stuffed with white rice and herbs, and with a few drops of lemon juice it is just ready for you to eat!

Mısır,  steamed then lightly grilled corn with sprinkled salt, pepper and other spices, is a common snack in Turkey. Mısır can be found on almost every street corner of İstanbul.

Mısır, steamed then lightly grilled corn with sprinkled salt, pepper and other spices, is a common snack in Turkey. Mısır can be found on almost every street corner of İstanbul.

Balık-ekmek is a fresh fish sandwich which can be bought directly from the boats under the Galata Bridge by the Eminönü.

Balık-ekmek is a fresh fish sandwich which can be bought directly from the boats under the Galata Bridge by the Eminönü.


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