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Anhor was slightly overpriced but a more convenient place to sample some Uzbek food. I tried some kebab and samosa which were quite bland (as with most Uzbek food). But ordering here was quite simple with their picture menu.
Was recommended this restaurant and after yesterday’s dinner in another place, what a disappointment.
All the food we had was really greasy infusing the kebabs, which not only had whole pieces of fat but had been cooked in oil.
Bread was very stale, far too...More
Unusual modest prices fur a family dinner in thd center of Tashkent. I enjoyed quite atmosphere. Their shef cookes tasty meals, their kitchen is clean, and owner is welcoming. Nothing else is needed!))
We came here to eat because of the good reviews and because we wanted local food.
The food on the menu looked delicious with decent prices but unfortunately they didn't have a lot from the menu.
No plov, no lagman, no manty, no shish kebab,...More
This was our first meal in Uzbekistan and it was outstanding. A couple of waiters can speak decent English and an English menu is available. It's a very popular place with locals and understandable why. Excellent food at a good price in a spotlessly clean...More
This restaurent is super good. I had meat samosa very good. I had also some big brooches of meat, lamb and beef... amazing..... super jucicy meat, soooo tasty... I think the secret is to cook piece of meat between piece of juicy fat meat... but...More
We got into Tashkent late and needed someplace to eat. We stumbled upon this place and WOW! Best food we had in Uzbekistan. The handmade noodles were amazing, the service was friendly and helpful with suggestions, and good drinks. Highly recommend!
I have been four times. The ground lamb Shashlik is enormous--be careful. Fresh pressed pomegranate juice is a must. Any meat dishes are great. Nice lagman (lamb noodle soup/stew). A must for a traveler--super easy. Then try local neighborhood places.
My meal arrived and I started it as it was hot, my wife's arrived well after I had finished.
The waiter had to be asked twice for the drink for my wife.
While the food was good, when the bill arrived I found an 'increase'...More