Fodor's Expert Review Humusçu İbrahim Usta
Little-consumed most other places in Turkey, hummus is a mainstay of the Antakya diet, and the old town is full of tiny, no-frills shops serving up little else, often as a filling breakfast. Jolly İbrahim, a hummus “usta” (master), who learned his trade in Lebanon, makes everything from scratch—even grinding the sesame seeds for his own tahini. Orders come with pillowy bread and an array of spicy peppers and pickles.
Saray Cad. Sakarya İşhanı No: 13
Antakya, Hatay Turkey
- Cevizli biber (pepper paste with walnuts)
- Bakla (broad bean dip)