Turkish cuisine is one delight after another. From street food to multi-course feasts, there is plenty to choose from. Turkish breakfast: Ditch the bacon and eggs and enjoy the traditional smorgasbord of bread, butter, jam, honey, tomatoes, cucumber, cheese, olives and hard-boiled eggs, washed down with plenty of tea. Fish sandwiches: Known as balık ekmek, these are a traditional treat in Istanbul. Pick one up near the Galata bridge. Historic dining: The sumptuous cuisine of the Ottoman Empire continues at Asitane Restaurant, nestled in Istanbul’s richly historic Edirnekapi area. Guided by a ‘Food Archaeologist’, this kitchen prides itself on its absolute accuracy in the representation of traditional dishes. Kebap: Forget the late-night lard fest you know as kebab: in Turkey, kebap is always crisp on the outside, tender on the inside. You’ll soon see why it’s the country’s favourite snack.