> Female gourmet chefs freshly prepare local dishes. We highly recommend Trojan skif, fringed ravioli with chicken and keşkek (coarsely-ground wheat and chicken) prepared using locally sourced ingredients.
> Sea food restaurants offer delicious menu items. And, of course fish is subject to availability. Don’t forget to ask for locally foraged wild herb salad.
> Cheese Halva is a delightful dessert that originated in Çanakkale. It is a perfect ending to any meal or a special edible gift.
> If your holiday comes across April or May, we have some nice places in Biga and Çan where you can taste spit roasted kid.
> Unquestionably, beef rissoles are famous in Biga. Maybe have a bowl of homemade yogurt to accompany your meal.
> Golden Turkish Delight rolled around whole walnut is a must taste in Biga.
> Pop over to a fish restaurant if you are in Karabiga. The seasonal fish all cooked from fresh are waiting for you.
> Lapseki is famous for its cherries, tomatoes and peaches in particular, both in producing and large quantities for commercial sales.
> The tantalizing Ezine Cheese has a character and tastes profile of its own. In Ezine, you can buy cheeses in a variety of tastes to suit your own style. Your cheese selections can also be gift boxed at checkout. Here is a small tip: Ezine Cheese has goat milk, sheep milk and cow milk in a ratio of 40:45:15 respectively, depending on the season.
> Sardine Kebab (not gutted !) in Gelibolu: Must! Eat! Here! If you’re lucky enough to coincide with Sardine Festival, make sure you take part in the festivities to really appreciate the local culture and have lots of fun.
> Keep your eyes open for wine tasting events in atmospheric surroundings hosted by island’s wine producers. You will get closely acquainted with Bozcaada wines.
> Bayramiç Beyazı: A rare type of white-skinned nectarine grown only in Bayramiç. You will have ample opportunity to eat this glabrous, super sweet nectarine.
> UNESCO protected Keşkek (coarsely-ground wheat and chicken) is a local dish in Yenice that you don’t want to miss.
> The main reason for being in Babakale is the calamari, reputed to be the best in the world. The restaurant overlooking the fishing harbour will give you a certificate of your presence at the westernmost point of mainland Asia.
> One of the delicacies enjoyed every evening by local people is the mortar-ground coffee. Coffee beans are pounded in a mortar with a pestle. Then they are roasted, for about 5-10 minutes, before being returned to the mortar to be ground. The powder then is filtered through a sieve with hot water and brewed over an open fire to produce a product identical in taste.
The coffee is always served with a glass of cold mountain water and Turkish Delight. On a lazy afternoon, sip your coffee while watching the spectacular nature; melt your worries..