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If you want to taste really nice food in an interesting environment not found anywhere else in town, so this restaurant might be your best choice for a nice dinner with family and/or friends. I do recommend this place ;)
Interior was already discribed by so many people but I would concentrate on food:
+there is european and afghan menu
+ starters are just amazing!
+ you mush try dumplings- there are both types and our group was just speachless after eating them!
The food here is very good. There are two menus - the first mire traditional Tajik food and the second comprised of Afghan food. The Afghan food was really excellent. The terrace is a nice place to sit, although the inside of the restaurant is...More
We ate outside in a little courtyard with a fountain (that seemed to leak dangerously near the lights) - it felt odd being overlooked by the neighbours. Inside the decor is made to look like a cave, which is quite fun. The restaurant was happy...More
The food was good, esp. the meat dishes (the beef kebab).The mixed plate of appetizers is a good option. I had the eggplant dish as a main course - tasty. The service was fine. The interior is bizarre but certainly unique.
They did not get the awful Marco Polo joke when I walked in, but it was otherwise an excellent dining experience, if a tad quiet. The cave decor sort of works in winter, and thankfully they had some kW bar heaters on projected on to...More