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You should taste this. It is the local sweet which has cheese in it and very sweet.
Personally i like it to be cooked in smaller portions but this version is not bad.
The original thing about this place is they cook it on wood...More
Künefe is the special dessert of Antakya and this tiny künefe shop is the place that offers the best. Located inside one of the old bazaars, this place has barely couple of tables and stools and is always busy at any time of the day....More
We had to wait for the fresh batch to be ready. It is, after all, a strongly sweetened dough with fatty cheese. To heavy for my taste, equally popular with others. If you are not into künefe, not necessarily a must.
Antakya is famous for its Kunefe shops which is a delicious and still unbelievably light dessert due to the abundant cheese inside. The Kunefes are baked in special ovens, so you have to wait a little but the result is definitely fulfilling.
This one is...More
Tasting the most tastier Kubafe the main objective of my annual food hunt expedition to Hatay/Antakya.
While strolling around the city..i managed to initiate conversation with locals pertaining to who serve the best/tastier kunafe in Hatay????
The typical answers are CINARALTI YUSUF USTA . As...More
Antakya is the homeland of Kunefe and I tried Kunefe in many places both in Antakya and at the other different places in Turkey. Honestly saying that it's the best place for trying this legendary dessert. Yusuf Usta's tiny cafe is located in patio of...More
The place is located in Uzun Carsi in a lovely small plaza with a big old tree and a mosque. Yusuf Usta bakes the kunefe made from unsalted local cheese and kadayif traditionally on charcoal. You can have it served with pistachios on top. A...More