Istanbul Street Food Tour (DIY) 🇹🇷 [American Family World Travel Vlog]



We had a blast doing this Istanbul DIY street food tour vlog. We hit the streets in this one! We travel by foot to catch the sights, the sounds, and the especially the tastes. We are an American family, just getting out into the world to discover new foods, people and places. The tastes, and the lovely people that served us throughout our tour, made our day! The food was one of the highlights of our trip to Turkey, and the family won’t soon forget it.

We loved trying all of these delicious foods! Here’s a list of what we sampled!

0:00 Let’s get this show on the road
1:01 Pide
2:00 Islak Burger
2:59 Midye Dolma
4:46 Icle Kofte
6:00 Kokorec
8:12 Doner Durum
10:05 Balik Ekmek
12:05 Meeting a new friend in the Egyptian Bazaar
14:18 Tulumba
15:55 Baklava
17:34 Turkish Coffee
18:05 Winter Tea
18:30 Turkish Delight

Enjoy the tour, and be sure to comment below if we missed something delicious. I’m sure we did, but we will return to Turkey for more delicious food!

ps – The best Spice Bazaar shop ever, as seen in our video, is called “La Tienda De Jordi Estambul” and it’s run by a super friendly guy named Benjamin. Go see him when you visit!

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34 thoughts on “Istanbul Street Food Tour (DIY) 🇹🇷 [American Family World Travel Vlog]

  1. We loved trying all of these delicious foods! Here's a list of what we sampled!

    1:01 Pide
    2:00 Islak Burger
    2:59 Midye Dolma
    4:46 Icle Kofte
    6:00 Kokorec
    8:12 Doner Durum
    10:05 Balik Ekmek
    12:05 Meeting a new friend in the Egyptian Bazaar
    14:18 Tulumba
    15:55 Baklava
    17:34 Turkish Coffee
    18:05 Winter Tea
    18:30 Turkish Delight

    Enjoy the tour, and be sure to comment below if we missed something delicious. I'm sure we did, but we will return to Turkey for more delicious food!

  2. 😄
    Etli Pide, Kuşbaşılı Pide, Kaşarlı Pide, Karışık Pide, pizza değildir.Hamuru çok farklıdır👍😉
    Kokoreç'in en kalitelisi ve lezzetlisi de kuzu kokoreçtir.Dana değil👍(Kilo almak isteyenler tercih eder.)
    Aslında her gıdayı, en iyi yapan yerlerde yemek daha güzeldir.
    İyi eğlenceler😉

  3. It's really makes me so happy to see foreigners enjoying Turkish culture and food, and how open minded you all were about the more "unusual" foods like kokoreç. You guys seem like such a sweet family. Love from Istanbul <3
    🙂

  4. pide= 0.83 $
    börek=0.94 $
    ıslak hamburger=1.56 $
    midye = 0.31 $
    midye tava = 1.55 $
    içli köfte = 0.83 $
    kokoreç = 2.08 $
    döner dürüm = 1.36 $
    balık ekmek = 2.08 $
    tulumba= 1.30 $
    baklava = 4.90 $
    türk kahvesi = 1.25 $

    kış çayı = 1.04 $
    türk lokumu = 6.46 $

    bir ay sonra fiyatlar daha da düşücek 😀

  5. Baklavas in Turkey will only be done with syrup, don’t keep saying or honey.
    I’ve traveled around the world and I found Turkey amazing country with best foods and wonderful people 🥰🥰

  6. You guys ripped off, i am sorry but you are overpriced. It's common that a little bit of expensive in common areas, and ripping off the tourists, but you guys actually ripped off. Take care friends, do not come to turkey again with good intentions. We all gross

  7. This reminds me a lot of my childhood, my family went on a vacation in Turkey for almost a month and we would eat street foods like you guys did, one day we'd eat kokoreç, and one day we'd eat köfte. Strolling around in the alleys of Istanbul to find street foods is so much fun. It was such an unforgettable memory

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