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The dish is named after Beyti Güler, the owner of the popular restaurant Beyti in Istanbul, who was inspired to create it in 1961 after witnessing a butcher's method of preparing meat when he was visiting Switzerland.
- "Three Renowned Turkish Restaurants: Beyti Meat Restaurant". Skylife - Turkish Airlines magazine (12): 1–4. 2000.
- "Beyti's website". Beyti.
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