- 1Beyoğlu, Sahne Sok. 9, İstanbul - Avrupa, Türkiye
Ozgun was my favorite restaurant on the Balik Bazaar. I went there the first time with friends on a coworkers birthday and after that my wife and I were regular customers. We also brought friends visiting from the US. Ozgun specializes in fish dishes. The two best fish to try are istavrit (mackerel) and hamsi (anchovies). Cooked Turkish style these ...Popular with
- 2Anadolu Kavagi Village, Main Square2 reviews
The round-trip full Bosporus cruise (25 Lire) empties at Andolou Kavagi near the Black Sea. Cruisers have 3 hours to see the town and eat lunch. As I walked through the main square one of the cooks at Kayik Cilar handed me a freshly breaded and fried calamari ring. Delicious! I figured I'd be back after walking a bit. During ...
- 3Kuzguncuk Mh., Üsküdar/Istanbul, Turkey2 reviews
Ismet Baba is in the Üsküdar district, on the Asian side of the city, a short ferry crossing from Besiktas or Eminönü. Restaurants in Istanbul are spoiled with options for fresh seafood. It seems every neighborhood has at least one decent fish restaurant. But most are mere copies of places like Ismet Baba, where traditions have been kept sacred for ...
- 4Bebek Mh., Cevdet Paşa Caddesi No:26, Istanbul, Türkiye
Traditional fish house in Istanbul. Recommended by friend from Istanbul - each family from Istanbul prides themselves on their favorite fish restaurant. In cool, hip Bebek neighborhood, right on main strip. Plenty of fun bars to grab a drink nearby.
- 6Çengelköy Mh., Karakol Sk No:9, Üsküdar, Türkiye
If you want to have typical Istanbul meal while watching the sunset on the Bosphorus... This is the place... Typical fish restaurant situated between two main bridges... location-wise it is special... and the sunset is much better from the asian side of bosphorus...
- 7Adalar, Yalı Cad. 4/A, Istanbul - Asia, Türkiye
Antigoni is a seafood restaurant on Burgazada, one of the Princes Islands off the coast of Istanbul. If you have a long evening to spare, I highly recommend arranging a speedboat or taking a ferry to the islands for a dinner of Turkish mezze and grilled seafood in a quaint environment of wooden houses and marinas.