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The best baklava and burek local experience in Istanbul. Attraction not to miss visiting the city. Constant quality of food, fast service and formidable experience where locals and tourist alike meet and enjoy traditional Turkish delicacies.
If you enjoy from dessert especially " baklava" "karakoy gulluoglu" is the right address for you. There are many kind of baklava at therewhich can be appropriate for your own taste. Baklava for diabetic or gluten free or less sweety "sütlü nuriye" which is my...More
Remember to pay first (didn’t find any instructions on how the system worked). Unfortunately I didn’t get a lot of explanation about the different types of baklava and I think I chose wrongly because I didn’t find it anything special at al.
This place is definitely a must when visiting Istanbul because it offers a great variety of delicious and traditional Turkish baklava. They also offer packing boxes so you can take as much as you want back home.
Try a chocolate one, you won't regret! :)
Whenever I visited Istanbul, I used to come here for delicious baklava and cheese pie.... Not this time.horrible service, they took my money and instead of taking my order, they decided to take an order of one of the what seemed to be regulars... Not...More
Very famous baklava maker in istanbul. Very good taste but a bit sweet. My favourites is the one with milk baklava (sütlü baklava). Other than sweet, they also serve some pastry like su börek, they also taste good. You can eat in-shop, but always crowded....More
We got a taxi to come here from our hotel in Sultanahmet just to come here. I saw it on the internet as the best baklava place in Istanbul so I thought why not as me and my family love baklava.
When we arrived there...More
Sitting pretty with an age-old air about it, Karakoy is situated on the European side of the Bosphorus at the mouth of the Golden Horn. Perhaps the city’s most historically significant area, it’s currently one of the most happening parts of town as well. Here street vendors and alfresco fish restaurants line the banks of the Horn where the views of major attractions across the water rival Karakoy’s own key attractions,
such as the iconic 14th century Galata Tower and the Museum of Modern Art. A major hub for local and international waterborne traffic, Istanbul’s commercial and maritime heritage remains as relevant and evident as ever in Karakoy. Commuter ferries mingle with luxury cruise liners at its busy port, ensuring a continuously cosmopolitan flow of people..
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Yes you can mix them. But you better buy in kilos/kg.and not per piece. Also the original is pistachio or wallnut, chocolate baklava is not very popular and not original, maybe for touristic reasons. But maybe you can ask... More
Yes you can mix them. But you better buy in kilos/kg.and not per piece. Also the original is pistachio or wallnut, chocolate baklava is not very popular and not original, maybe for touristic reasons. But maybe you can ask them to add 1 or 2 pieces of chocolate.