Every time I visit I fear that this restaurant will not be as good as I remember. Every time it totally is. Good food and a really fun night out.
We liked it very much. There was a good menu to choose from. It was served very well and the service was good as was the price
We decided to go tapas style and shared 9 starters between 3 of us - and it was all lovely especially the garlic langoustines and the beef dumplings. House red wine surprisingly good. havn't been with a big crowd but I think it would be a great place for a party. Loads of atmosphere.
I eat my way though the menu over my many stays every thing was different and enjoyable. The staff are attentive and sometimes there are even Belly Dancers to entertain. The clientele that use the restaurant are friendly and welcoming to strangers
Came here as a friend decided that we needed to go to a Kazakh restaurant, as he is from Kazakhstan. With a bit of trepidation we ended up here and had a wonderful time. Firstly, the front of the building and street is a little off putting, as is the long walk to the back of the hotel. But it... More
We came to eat here on a Sunday afternoon. the place has a slightly weird atmosphere, with running children, a large group of diners singing and a couple whispering lovingly in the corner. the waitIng staff were slightly overwhelmed but lovely. the food however was superb, absolutely first rate. the best Turkish food.
You head through a fairly nondescript reception, in a fairly grim part of town; a red carpet apparently leads you to a restaurant, although you would have no idea, given the fact that there are no signs whatsoever... after heading through the maze, you arrive in a pretty large restaurant, with half of it low, cushioned seating - and the... More
Visited Kyrgyz Kazakh House on a Tuesday evening and the place was completely dead. The hotel it's in doesn't look that welcoming from the outside but the restaurant itself is nicely decorated. We ordered a number of starters and mains. All the starters were very tasty. The mains were mediocre. The baked dumplings lacked any flavour. The chicken and lamb... More
I'd been past the Pasha hotel loads of times on the bus down the grotty Walworth Road and had never given it a second glance - it looks like every other down-at-heel establishment down there, however, following a friend's recommendation me and two of my mates decided to venture back to Camberwell and check out the restaurant. We weren't disappointed... More
OK, I was a guest - celebrating a birthday - but this didn't effect my perspective.. If you are 'game' to try other cuisines - TRY it Choice of sitting at a normal table or... 'local-style' (sorry - forget how it's called) Hard to find - at the back of a hotel - but worth searching out.
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