Chinese Food in Istanbul
Chinese Food in Istanbul
You can get Chinese food everywhere in Istanbul since it's such a diverse city with a wide range of cuisines. If you've never had Chinese food before, it's a must-try! A list of the top Chinese restaurants in Los Angeles has been compiled for your convenience. Some are run by members of the Chinese diaspora, while others are run by locals, but I suggest both.
Kroren Restaurant is a great place to go if you want to sample Chinese food that is better suited to Turkish taste. On the T1 tram line, this restaurant is situated in the old city center, one of Istanbul's most renowned attractions. Aksaray Metro Station or Laleli's busy but no less beautiful neighborhood are also options.
According to TripAdvisor, it's no secret that the restaurant has won the Travelers' Choice Award, which is well-deserved considering the restaurant's affordable pricing and excellent Chinese cuisine. As far as the food is concerned, it's very diverse and includes Uyghur cuisine. The majority of customers at Kroren Restaurant are Chinese.
Authentic Chinese food may be found at Dragon Restaurant, a restaurant with a well-known name in Beijing. It's in the Hilton Hotel in Istanbul's Sisli commercial area. Note that the costs there are a little more than in other regions that are farther out from the center. Your taste buds will quickly forget about the money spent on meals. Big benefit of Dragon Restaurant is that you can order enough salad for a group of people.
It has a summer patio where you can enjoy the cool summer air, or a beautiful burgundy interior for those who prefer to dine inside. There is a high level of service and decorating in the restaurant, which is typical in hotel restaurants in general. The good news for Istanbul's gourmets is that the restaurant is open to everyone, not just Hilton guests.
China's finest dish, in my opinion, is their mouth-watering and fragrant fried noodles with pork or chicken, which are cooked in a unique manner to retain the vivid flavor of veggies and spices. Noodle House is the place to go if you love Chinese noodles as much as I do. Ihlamur Park and Yildiz Park are also nearby if you wish to take a stroll under the shade of ancient trees and magnolias, or bridge across the Bosphorus.
Chinese Wok & Sushi
Another good Chinese restaurant in Istanbul is Chinese Wok & Sushi. In Beyoglu, this place is placed in a tourist-friendly neighborhood. Take Taksim Square, Tophane Seafront and Galata Tower, add Madame Tussauds Museum and Pera Museum to a circle, and Chinese Wok & Sushi should be in the middle.
For those who want to learn more about the unique Chinese food culture, this is a great location to go. From the serving plates and porcelain pouches to the décor, everything is infused with the essence of China. The dishes and the menu deserve a special mention. Approximately 270 items are on the menu at Chinese Wok & Sushi, which includes soups, appetizers, salads, meat and vegetarian meals, and rolls. And the pricing are extremely reasonable, especially for Chinese food in Istanbul.