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    Can be 10 € to 150 € depending on your taste & budget almost 6 years ago

    Answered by Guven via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    For 10 euros diurnally you won't be living high on the Anatolian hog! We spent 11 days in Turkey & it cost us approx US$2,000 for two people (all meals). almost 6 years ago

    Answered by via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    You should give more details if you want certain answers.
    Which city, which district? What is you trip plan? etc..

    Cities, event districts differ from each other in terms of costs. almost 6 years ago

    Answered by sas via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    This is a vast question. Definitely depends on where you are and what you want to eat.

    A simple but delicious meal of beans in a tomato sauuce with rice and bread will cost you hardly anything. A fish dinner with all the trimmings might require a second mortgage!

    Local food is always good. Bread is plentiful and freshly made every day.

    Things that I always enjoyed eating were:
    breakfast - local honey, eggs, jam, bread, olives, cheese, tea
    tost - a toasted sandwich with maybe salami, cheese, tomatoes etc
    freshly squeezed juice - usually orange juice
    pide - a bit like a pizza and wonderful when cooked in a wood oven
    kebab - either pieces of meat perhaps with aubergine or similar, or the doner style kebab. I am craving Iskender kebab right now which is slices of meat over bread with a yoghurt and tomato sauce
    yoghurt - fresh yoghurt with some strained fruit

    All of these are simple, easy foods and are reasonably priced. almost 6 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Food in turkey is almost half price of europe's general but if you go to places where alcoholic drinks are available then the price generally doubles or triples. Try kebap with meze over 5 years ago

    Answered by Ozan/ 32 via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app

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