Turkish food is one of the most complex and interesting cuisines of the world. The city of Istanbul was first Byzantium and then Constantinople, always being a bridge between Europe and Asia.
The capital of Turkey is paradise for those who love budget travel and a glitzy culture. It’s also a haven for foodies with street food ruling the roost.
Tantuni features double cooked meat rolled in flat bread. Hailing from Mersin in the south-east, this delicious snack is only authentic if it is cooked in cotton seed oil, cotton being the main trade good from down there.