Alan Richman Reviews Middle Eastern Food in Instanbul
Istanbul -- A quiet moment amid the many cafés and bars that line Nevizade Street. Food in Istanbul
The Hotels of James Bond (that any Kennedy's Gentleman would want to visit): Pera Palas Hotel in Instanbul, Turkey.
Baklava and Beyond: 12 Turkish Sweets You Should Know
ASURE: Pudding fans will be happy in Turke with the spectrum of flavors, like pomegranate, pistachio, rose, saffron, and coconut. The legendary Hafiz Mustafa, a pastry and candy store dating back to 1864, is a one-stop shop for all things pudding.
Eating Istanbul in 21 days
Safely out of reach of the EU’s sterilising hand, Istanbul is a city of street food peddlers, centuries old yoghurt shops and markets where Pepsi bottles of raw milk sit alongside wild mushrooms and truffles, reports Jennifer Klinec.
Hafiz Mustafa - bakery in Istanbul, Turkey
Pera Palace. Maybe have high tea here? Kubbeli Saloon-Tea Lounge Taking tea here in the afternoons has long been a tradition among the Istanbul elite. Today, gentle live piano music adds to its magical atmosphere and its high ceilings, corner windows and parquet floor carry forth the hotel's legendary past grandeur. The Kubbeli Saloon is also available for intimate private social events. Every day between 15.00-18.00, classic English afternoon tea is served in Kubbeli Saloon.
Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah - Luxury Hotel in Istanbul
Grandeur defines Istanbul: From architectural icons such as Hagia Sophia to the city's indomitable traffic, Istanbul pulsates with intensity and splendor.