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This unassuming little durumcu is situated outside the Grand Bazaar. Look out for Gate 7, get out of it, turn left and right at the corner, straight on and turn left at the t-junction. 50 m on you'll find the durumcu on your right. It...More
Right outside the Grand Bazaar is a tiny restaurant which serves cubes of overnight-marinated lamb kebaps. There are tables and chairs outside this tiny establishment while within there are 2 long tables with high stools. It is apparently very popular among the locals. The lamb...More
incredible delicious tradiinatinol kebaps and cheap.this kind of restaurants in Istanbul.
named ESNAF LOKANTASI means .blue collar staff restaurant cheap an delicious.do no miss lamb lung kebap on charcoal and şalgam drink.restaurant small clean serve until 5 pm.
I just saw a little place packed with locals while passing by where there wasn't even a sign. Very busy, locals ordering multiple kebabs at a time with a line-up. I ordered a chicken kebab and asked for some smoked peppers. Peppers were sweet, smoky...More
This little out of the way spot is on every local's and culinary tour's radar. Offering basic, no frills and very reasonably priced food, it is among the best prepared meals we've had to date. Roasted over open fires, their moist, cooked to perfection kebabs...More
After spending hours walking around Istanbul seeing all the huge slabs of meat spinning on their grills cooking and a thousand tourists drooling at the mouth, I stopped and asked a local shopkeeper where the best kebab was! RAIF USTA!! he replied, and pointed the...More