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Turkish food

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  • 1.  Anything they going to offer with food, salad, water, fruit, coffee are all extra. Dont go in or start to order before you see the price list. If you discover where local people eat, you will pay a litte more than one dollar. If you eat this at a tourist area two dollars or more it will cost.
  • 2.  Street food is your best option if youre on a tight budget. Beef is the most common meat, but you can also find chicken, lamb, and fish. Pork is available, but very uncommon. Food is generally heavily spiced and has a strong but delicious flavor. A tip though is to visit a supermarket and stock up your fridge as you are self catering Different supermarkets as well have different pricings but as a rule Sok and Bim are cheap while Tansas is mid range and Migros the more expensive one!
  • 3.  beyaz peynir (literally "white cheese") kavun (sliced ripe melon) acılı ezme (tomato, hot pepper paste) haydari (thick strained yoghurt) patlıcan salatası (cold aubergine salad) beyin salatası (brain salad)
  • 4.  kalamar (calamari or squid) enginar (artichokes salad) cacık (yoghurt with cucumber and garlic) pilaki (onion, garlic, carrot, potato, tomato , sugar, and olive oil) dolma or sarma (rice-stuffed vine leaves or other stuffed vegetables, such as bell peppers) köfte (meatballs).

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