From the moment we met Angelis and the group in front of the New Mosque, we knew this would be a great experience. With a new food discovery around every corner and seeing the nooks and crannies of the side streets that aren't "tourist" sights, the day was just incredible! Angelis is the kind of person who lifts your spirit while he imparts so much information about the food and culture of Turkey. He obviously has a great relationship with the people - everyone in the area from shopkeepers to the not-so-fortunate folks seem to love him. Istanbul Eats is advertised as a food tour, but it is much more than that. We spent the better part of another day in the same area because we loved the feel of that part of the city. Yes, we will be trying to make chicken pudding!
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