Gasto Street & Local Food
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What's it? Local street food serving restaurant.
Why go? For Thracian ravioli.
A new restaurant was opened in Nişantaşı, and it combines the two trends of the gastronomic world. Gasto Street & Local Food, founded by Chef Emircan Canatar, focuses on both local food and street food. In the menu, you can find dishes identified with different cities of Anatolia together under the name of artisans.
You can take your palate on a trip with Ispir beans (27 TL) served with fresh herb tzatziki or Bosnian meatballs (38 TL) served with Antalya market. It is better to finish Thracian ravioli (34 TL) slowly because of its taste. Green onion oil suits the open ravioli, which also appeals to the eyes with its star shape. You will find both the indispensable flavors of our food culture and the options that have become popular recently. The cheese flowing between the veal ribs and toasted cheese toast (37 TL) has an appetizing appearance. Migration and mohair on bread (32 TL) is another difficult option to resist. It is possible to taste new presentations of traditional national foods by ordering kokoreç (35 TL) and taco tantuni (36 TL) on the sheet. Those who eat lightly can choose a quinoa salad with Ezine cheese (37 TL). We recommend you to make a reservation before going to the place.