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Monday, 13 May 2013


J.S. @ Sun Diego Eats

Everything looks SO GOOD. And that içli köfte is like a kibbeh empanada haha...

Wandering Chopsticks

Istanbul is definitely on my list of places to visit one day so I love all your posts. Twice in one day! The missus sounds like me when I get a craving and really, really want something badly.


Yeah, kind of looks that way, huh JS?

Hi WC - We've found that prices in Istanbul are getting more expensive, so I'm hoping you get there before it gets too pricey. It is a wonderful city, just an amazing place to explore and the history!!!


What a wonderful post this was! You guys were determined weren't you?! :) I'd say it was well worth it!


What kind of mint leave are those?


what a great place, thanks for sharing, loved these posts!


The Missus is relentless! ;o)

Typical species found in Turkey TFD.

THanks Kat.


the salad which you can't learn the name called "non - Muslim mountain salad".
I know it's funny but real. Every kebap restaurant serve this salad. The difference of other salad is walnut and pomegranate sour.


Hi Eda - Gavur Dagi Salatasi......thanks for the info!


yes, exactly. I'm from Turkey and I always follow your posts.
I'm happy to see and read Turkish restaurants posts.


Hi Eda - Thanks for reading and taking the time out to let me know what that salad was! I really appreciate it.

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