Went with a number of colleagues and we were quite happy. They have some Kazakh dishes which are rich in meat and taste - portions are large and price is very reasonable for this area. Service was not too good though.
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Even though my food experience there has been mostly decent, the service is a different matter. A few months ago there was an instance when they just couldn't produce a check for over a week, the manager lying boldly to my face that at first...More
We don't go out a lot as a family so we try to find reasonably priced options that are somewhat family friendly with good food before we venture out as a family. My friend took me here for my birthday and I loved it so...More
I have gone to Kishlak many times due to the proximity to my office. Good food with entertaining decor. Signature dish "Kishlak" is lamb shashlik with onions and sauce. Always good and they serve nice green tea as well. Prices are reasonable. Others I have...More
If you know Astana you'll know that the new town (left bank) is often overpriced and lacks atmosphere. Kishlak, like its sister restaurant of the same name in Almaty, is different. Goodish food at reasonable prices and good beer (Line Brew) for about £2.50 a...More
The restaurant is decorated based on Uzbek village theme, has cozy nooks, small stage and a patch of dance floor in front of it. In evenings they have live music there, and probably some people dance to it. We visited the place on a Wednesday...More
They have really tasty local and Uzbek cuisine. Very interesting for the people who love such cuisine and for the ones who want to explore new tastes.
This family-like restaurant is quite comfortable with a funny decoration (grape arbor etc) remining Uzbek house (Kishlak means in Uzbek language "small village"). Food is good and choice also, including also Georgian meals. Nice place to relax in silence.
The interior of this Uzbek restaurant is decorated like a grape arbor with murals of street scenes that increase the spacious feeling. Piped music is Uzbek and Kazakh, slightly loud if you want conversation, but adds nice atmosphere. Weekend music is DJ and live costumed...More