Inebolu market


Toprak Tabya Sokak, Küçük Piyale Mh., İstanbul, Turkey

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A genuine Istanbul "foodie" can be defined by their affinity with the Inebolu Sunday market, an Anatolian culinary carnival located in the downtown grime of Beyoğlu's Kasimpaşa district. Tobacco-chewing sellers from the Inebolu Black Sea region of Turkey set off in their lorries on Saturday night to arrive in Istanbul at the crack of dawn, laden with the finest organic produce; chunky slabs of corn bread, bushels of fragrant herbs, thick pastes and purees, crates of eggs, bright flowers, splitting sacks of grain, walnuts and hazelnuts and bins of glistening olives. With beady-eyed punters beginning their forage as early as 6am, shalwar-clad damsels and their moustached counterparts police topsy-turvy stalls in a chorus of discordant bellows. A trip to Anatolia and back again – and all before breakfast. Shuts up shop early, at 4pm. The Inebolu Sunday Market in Kasimpasa is probably the best place to get homegrown produce and homemade goodies straight from the village.
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Toprak Tabya Sokak, Küçük Piyale Mh., İstanbul, Turkey
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Open
Weekly
Sun06:00 - 16:00
Market categories
Local food, Beverages
Contacts
Phone: 90 (366) 811 45 00
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Web: www.inebolu.bel.tr/

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