If you want in Alanya at night and during the day when you want it. If you go out in the early hours of the morning in the middle of a place that you can feed your belly. You can eat safely and safely in one of these places called street food, vitamin buffets , raw meatball businesses, kokoreç stalls, corn kiosks, cotton candy, snow and ice almonds are sold in places such as bazaar and pier street, especially in the places you will often encounter these places offer you aperitif snack snacks you can eat without looking at the comfort of the heart, they give more importance to hygiene than they should to avoid creating a perception.
Simitçi: Pastries such as Simit and Börek are usually prepared in ovens and put on sale.
Almonds on ice; It is a well-known street flavor that is usually sold near bars or restaurants. It's just a tray with fresh almonds and a large ice cube. Fresh almonds are soaked in water for a few hours and served on ice for easy peeling. This delicious snack, which goes well with drinks, also increases your energy.
Raw Meatballs; Turkey's Southeastern Anatolia region, especially prepared in Adiyaman and Sanliurfa is a popular street food and special. Prepared using bulgur (a kind of wheat), onions, tomatoes, chili peppers and raw ground beef. The mixture is kneaded by hand like a dough and a large number of spices is added to cook the meat. Although it is a traditional recipe, raw meatballs sold in small dealers all over Alanya are prepared without meat due to the hygiene-related requirements.
The home favorite method for consuming raw meatballs, which is a completely vegan street food of today, is wrapping meatballs on a leaf of lettuce and squeezing a little lemon. If you want to sweeten more, you may want pomegranate sour or some hot pepper. Raw meatballs are also served as wraps. Note that milled walnuts are used instead of meat, if you are allergic, ask in advance.
Paper Halva is a round shaped wafer which is sold in plastic bags in mobile vendors or ice cream shops.
Chestnut; It is a quick snack that can be found on the streets, especially in the fall and winter seasons. Turkey is a tradition to cook chestnuts in general. It has an almost nostalgic meaning for people of a certain age. It reveals its childhood memories in winter. Stoves were used before central heating became so common. It was a tradition to gather around the stove and cook chestnuts in the winter evenings. The chestnut tradition, which is still continuing in a modern way, is a light snack that you can take and consume in paper bags while wandering the streets of Alanya.
Kokorec; Kokorec is a traditional snack prepared with seasoned tomatoes and green pepper. Kokorec is a popular street food in the Balkan countries and is especially preferred after a night out.
Kokorec is found in some small restaurants as well as peddlers in the city. It is mostly consumed between half or quarter bread and with buttermilk, turnip or pickle juice.
Corn; Boiled or fried cob corn is sold by peddlers in the city, especially in summer. Freshly boiled or fried corn in the corn is usually served as wrapped in green corn leaves and salted. This excellent snack price can be consumed while wandering and is sold appropriately.
Stuffed mussels are among the most common street foods found in Alanya pier region. Mussels should be tasted by gourmets who love seafood. Mussels consist only of boiled mussels and spicy rice. Open one, squeeze a little lemon and eat at once. For some, it is always impossible to leave the mussel stuffing table and there are those who have never tasted during their life. If you have some concerns about bacteria, maybe you should be patient to a fish restaurant. At this point, try or not, that is the question.