Istanbul is packed with restaurants offering menus from every corner of the world, but Turkish food itself is one of the world’s great cuisines. Don’t miss out on some of these dishes during your city break. Try Kuru Fasulye, a dish of white beans served with rice, the Turkish equivalent to pasta and tomato sauce. Pide, a delicious flatbread, is a Turkish staple and usually served with a topping, such as soft cheese, meat and/or salad. If that sounds good then you’ll love Gözleme - a traditional Turkish pastry filled with roasted vegetables and meats then cooked on a griddle. The ubiquitous Lahmacun, a pizza-like street food, is on sale everywhere, with a variety of delicious toppings; and of course don’t miss out on the ultimate Turkish dish, the famous Doner Kebab - available all over the world, but best in Istanbul. As for the nightlife in Istanbul, Beyoğlu is famous as the district where clubs literally never close. Istanbulites love to dance, and you will witness every type on a night out, from belly to break!