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Culinary Backstreets Eatinerary

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Must-Do for Food Lovers in Istanbul

I absolutely loved the Eatinerary service offered by Culinary Backstreets and Istanbul Eats. If... read more

Reviewed 11 October 2015
Jordan H
Great introduction to Istanbul culture

'Shop, Cook, Feast Istanbul' - wish we had done this a week ago when we first arrived! Great... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2015
Karen C
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11 Oct 2015
“Must-Do for Food Lovers in Istanbul”
9 Oct 2015
“Great introduction to Istanbul culture”
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Kiblecesme Caddesi 68 Kantarcilar, Eminonu Fatih Istanbul, Istanbul 34134, Turkey
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Reviewed 11 October 2015

I absolutely loved the Eatinerary service offered by Culinary Backstreets and Istanbul Eats. If eating great food when you travel is important to you, then the Eatinerary is a must-do. Istanbul is a huge city and the dining scene can be overwhelming. There is so...More

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Reviewed 9 October 2015 via mobile

'Shop, Cook, Feast Istanbul' - wish we had done this a week ago when we first arrived! Great people, amazing food and so much fun!

Thank Karen C
Reviewed 8 August 2015

only having a short time in Istanbul i reached out to the eatinerary to guide me on a quick crawl. as a chef/owner in the states i hoping to see some the same and was not disappointed Ansel and the rest of the staff were...More

Thank Shuck n
Reviewed 22 April 2015

As two couples, we pretty much hit everything provided on our Eatinerary. The info was great, especially the seasonal stuff and the markets. The restaurant recommendations were all perfect as well. I would HIGHLY recommend their little guide book as well. There was some repeat...More

Thank TvdBout
Reviewed 21 April 2015 via mobile

We were three families, 12 people, 6 kids, ages 11-15. The Kebab Crawl with Esin was perfect! We walked all over, working off some of the calories and antsy kid energy. Esin got us to taste all sorts of foods we would not have known...More

Thank klorigan
Reviewed 15 November 2014

We used Eatinerary in Istanbul and Greece, Athens. It was fabulous. As foodies we love to try good local food and can get a bit grumpy if we end up eating tourist grade tasteless food that had been carelessly cooked. In Istanbul, we stayed in...More

Thank Jacquiandnickkiwi
Reviewed 14 November 2014

I traveled to Istanbul in August with my husband and two kids (ages 15 and 12). We love food and were thrilled when a friend recommended the Eatinerary to us. For $100ish, and after completing a brief yet comprehensive survey, we received our Eatinerary by...More

Thank Emm-Mass
Reviewed 6 November 2014

Looking for the best places to eat in Istanbul? Look no farther than the Culinary Backstreets Eatinerary. Just take a few minutes to complete a comprehensive survey regarding your eating habits, interests, likes and dislikes, pay $100 and wait a few days. What you'll get...More

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Reviewed 15 October 2014

This review is for the "Shop, Cook, Feast: A Hands On Istanbul Culinary Adventure" which is different from the Private Tour and different from the walking/tasting tour. This was one of the best things we did on our vacation in Istanbul. Aysin met us at...More

Thank Wayne B
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