Go just about anywhere in the world and you'll find that the tastiest, most authentic regional foods aren't found in four-star hotels or carefully sanitized McRestaurants but at sidewalk food stalls, tiny counter joints, and rickety storefronts once or twice removed from the touristed boulevards. This is particularly true on the streets of Istanbul, where grilled, skewered mutton and hot, buttery pastries are as fragrantly enticing as Japanese yakitori, Roman pizza, or... More >>>
Ottoman Odyssey: A La Turca serves the city's most
authentic Turkish food out of an unimpressive yet
pristine Tenderloin setting.