Restaurants and Bars in Bursa
Cuisine of BursaBursa is a largely meat eating alcohol free environment that is an indication of its conservative nature.
Iskender Kebab of BursaFamous for the local cuisine of Iskender Kebab (basically a döner kebab soaked in butter, tomato and yoghurt sauce) named after its creator Iskender (Alexander) Usta, Bursan Chef and Inegol meatballs, little balls of mince meat, sometimes with cheese, introduced by Balkan immigrants in the 1930s.
Chestnut Based SweetsThe city is also famous for chestnut based sweets and Bursan Kepekli (whole bran) bread available at any bakery.
Fish RestaurantsOn the pedestrian Sakarya Street and near the clock tower are the former fish market and main street of the Jewish quarter that has been revamped and a good place to dine on an outdoor fish dinner, with alcohol, on a hot summer’s evening.
Bursa NightclubsThe Kultur Park offers a more peaceful option and after dinner you can head to the nearby bar-discos for some Turkish pop music or to the expensive nightclubs in Cekirge’s 5-star hotels. There is few night time or weekend events in Bursa and those that do occur are usually arranged by the student community.
Bursa Cultural CenterThe Cultural Centre (Kültür Merkezi) does have different art exhibitions and occasional concerts. The open air theatre in the Kültür Park is where most of the folklore presentations and musical performances take place and form a large part of the annual Bursa Festival in the last 3 weeks of July.
Rafting on Dalaman River
Fish Lake Of Urfa ( Balikli gol )
Gokceada or Gokce Island
Turkey Property For Sale
Turkish Food Recipes
Haydari with Carrots - Vegetable Mezes
Crispy Borek with Spinach - Pastries
Tea Time Pastry
Keskek or Pounded Meat-Wheat Dish - Red Meat Courses
Egg Coated Kofte (Woman’s Thigh) - Red Meat Courses
Gozleme with Beef Filling - Pastries
Tea Time Pastry
Chicken with Walnuts or Cerkez Chicken - Other Mezes