Recommended to us by our tour guide, and we weren't disappointed. Uzbek food - didn't really know what to expect, but the menu (which was available in English) had pictures to show you what you were ordering. Plenty of lamb on the menu, but also fish, chicken, soups and broths/stews.
The place was busy with a (small, quick moving) queue outside by about 8pm - we took this as a good sign! Cost us a total of 1,400r (c£22) for two courses each with a beer and glass of wine.
Quick service, good food and good prices. Not gourmet food, but it felt authentic and very easy! Just what we were after.
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