1 . Kadınlar Pazarı
If you want to eat Siirt food on the street, tandır, büryan, curtain pilaf, ice cream cooked meal, you can stop by the Women’s Market in Fatih. This place, also known as meat market, is just behind Unkapani Fire Station Museum. Apart from the meat dishes, local products which are usually sold for the Southeast region are also sold.
2 . Topik
On Ergenekon Street, there is a Musa Usta who sells topicals in a glazed window. The inhabitants of those neighborhoods have certainly tried and seen. For many years he wandered around Kurtuluş, Pangaaltı and Ergenekon Avenue, and sold the famous Armenian mezesi topik. I can recommend traditional meals for lovers.
3 . Wafer
The most famous taste of Istanbul is paper helva. Lovers share a hello on the street, enjoying it. Although it is not much time left, it is still possible to find paper helvacılar in the old neighborhoods and in the summer neighborhoods.
4 . Meatball
Everyone falling in the way to Istiklal saw one way or another. After passing the Aznavur Passage, stop right after the Advisor Pass. This is actually a couple’s stall that has won money for years by selling in-car dumplings and raw pies. When their father passed away, their business took over their sons, and they continue to make sales. They have even enlarged the business and even opened a restaurant. But the stalls are still in place.
5 . Rice
On the street there was a habit of transferring chickpeas, paying 50 cents more to eat chicken rice and perhaps a buttermilk beside it, coded everywhere for our genes. Unkapani’s Famous Pilot is probably one of the entrepreneurs who have benefited the most from our habit. İMÇ souvenir comes around in the evening and sells chickpea rice as much as sabaha on this car. Probably the most noteworthy among those who do it. In fact, there are long queues in front of them, sometimes even famous names come here. If you fall in your road one day, you can get to know the car in front of you by looking at the crowd in front.