Also at Bodrum House, guests can taste olive oil-based dishes along with a rich fish menu. Before heading to Turkey's eastern parts, another restaurant -"Istanbul House" - is dedicated to the Marmara region and the building resembles the historic Ethem Pertev Mansion on the Bosporus.
Aside from traditional Turkish food, participating countries also share cuisine culture to local and foreign tourists. Within the Chinese garden complex "Jewel Moon," China introduces its local food at a Chinese restaurant serving noodles, rice, chicken, meat-based and Pekin duck, all cooked in traditional way. Bowen LIU, the owner of the restaurant, said Turkish people are getting to know Chinese food better in recent years and continued: "We will try to introduce our cuisine to Turkey. People who are coming here can try the original food of China." Thailand, another participating country, has also opened a stand serving tropical fruits to the guests. Some of them are "durian," a highly unusual but healthy fruit produced in tropical countries in southeastern Asia, in addition to the juicy and sweet "longan."