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Middle Eastern
Beyoglu
7 reviews
The food served here is as simple and elegant as the venue’s Scandinavian-inspired interior (fittingly so, as the chef is Turkish/Swedish in origin). — Rough Guide
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Healthy
Fatih & Sultanahmet
6 reviews
This elegant restaurant next to the Chora Church serves Ottoman dishes devised for the palace kitchens at Topkapı, Edirne and Dolmabahçe. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Beyoglu
4 reviews
Known for its gorgeous tiled interior, genial owner and bustling vibe, Karaköy Lokantası serves tasty and well-priced food to its loyal local clientele. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Fatih & Sultanahmet
7 reviews
Everything works well at this delightful fish restaurant. They have a long and delicious menu, having been in business since 1927. — DK Eyewitness
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Mediterranean
Beyoglu
5 reviews
The menu changes seasonally but always offers a unique vision of Turkish food. Traditional recipes and ingredients are given a contemporary twist. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Kadıköy
5 reviews
"The air here is thick with cumin and sumac. It's a living canon of the very best of Turkish cuisine in Istanbul." —David Prior — Condé Nast Traveler
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European
Fatih & Sultanahmet
4 reviews
Vogue’s location on the top floor of Besiktas Plaza also represents a status that includes top-tier clientele, cuisine, and cost. — Travel + Leisure
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Diners
Sisli
3 reviews
The menu is filled with classic Anatolian dishes like stuffed cabbage leaves; octopus, and keskek (a wheat-berry risotto) — all given a New York makeover. — Travel + Leisure
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Mediterranean
Fatih & Sultanahmet
7 reviews
One of Sultanahmet's most outstanding restaurants emphasizes the Arab- and Kurdish-influenced cuisine of southeastern Turkey, from where the restaurant's owners hail. — Fodor's
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Middle Eastern
Beşiktaş & Ortaköy
5 reviews
Istanbullus wax lyrical over the traditional Turkish and Ottoman cooking served here. Hünkar is famous for its begendili kebap and roast lamb. — Frommer's
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Turkish
Uskudar
4 reviews
Serving up Turkish classics since 1933, this local favorite has taken the esnaf (tradesman) restaurant concept (Turkish home cooking served from steam counters) and given it a thorough polish. — Frommer's
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Cafe
Beyoglu
2 reviews
One of the biggest and best breakfast spreads in Istanbul—which is, thankfully, available all day—is served on quaintly mismatched floral crockery in a cozy room. — Frommer's
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Middle Eastern
Fener & Balat
6 reviews
Delicacies arrived in rapid succession: a tinglingly fresh salad of oregano leaves, confettied with red strips of tomato and green olives; a succulent dome of firik pilav. — New York Times
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Middle Eastern
Beyoglu
4 reviews
Every morning, the chefs at this popular ocakbaşı (grill house) prepare the fresh, top-quality meats to be grilled over their handsome copper-hooded barbecues that night. — Lonely Planet
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Middle Eastern
Kadıköy
5 reviews
Turkish and foreign foodies flock to the "Çiya empire" – three restaurants on the same bustling street – for an ever-changing menu of dishes lovingly collected from all around Turkey. — DK Eyewitness
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Turkish
Beyoglu
4 reviews
This informal restaurant just off İstiklal Caddesi turns out hearty specialties of Turkey's Black Sea at very affordable prices. — Fodor's
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Japanese
Beşiktaş & Ortaköy
5 reviews
Inventive Asian fusion cuisine featuring jazzed-up versions of all the usual suspects – dim sum, tempura, wok-fried noodles – and throwing in a few surprises too. — Rough Guide
8
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European
Beşiktaş & Ortaköy
4 reviews
This place has created a legend for itself with its innovative synthesis of foods from the entire Ottoman Empire against an imperial backdrop of regal colors and traditional floral motifs. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Beyoglu
2 reviews
Chef Maksut Aşkar opened this swish eatery in late 2014 and has been wowing local and international diners with his exciting twists on traditional Turkish food ever since. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Fatih & Sultanahmet
6 reviews
The main draw at this popular restaurant, located behind the Spice Bazaar, is the spectacular view over the Golden Horn from the upper floors. — DK Eyewitness
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