Chefs mix it up in Istanbul

12/10/2007 | NYTimes.com

Turkey's culinary culture has been inspired by the Middle East, Armenia, Greece and the Black Sea region. Istanbul, meanwhile, has become a destination city for international chefs and restaurateurs, such as Britain's Alan Yau, who opened Hakkasan there, and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who opened Spice Market. "Everything gets mixed up in Istanbul," said Mehmet Gurs, chef at Mikla in the Marmara Pera hotel.

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