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We ate at Tubeteika yesterday! I had lamb shashlyk kebab, chebureki (fried meat pocket), and eggplant rolls! SOOOOOO tasty!!!! We will definitely go back there! They even had a playground for our son to enjoy!!!
Visited recently for a lunch time and we really enjoyed the atmosphere, ambience of the place. Decor and staff uniform are perfectly matching with the theme of the restaurant. Food are delicious, portions are well presented, not expensive and very tasty. Reservation no
I should say that after visiting this chain's locations numerous times on our last visit four years ago, I was rather disappointed revisiting it recently. I'm not sure what it was, maybe only the main location is good, or the whole chain went down in quality. First of...all, many items were not available. I was outright disappointed to hear they don't have Persian Rayhan basil airan beverage I've been craving for years, literally. I was expecting fresh hot samosa from a tandyr oven, but what we got, and I might be wrong, tasted like something reheated. The signature pilaff was not available, and we went for one with brown rice and barberry. To our great disappointment, it was rather dry and bland. But the greatest displeasure came from the dish I was expecting the most – Beshbarmak. Firstly, it was bland. But horsemeat kazy was an absolute letdown. As you probably know, kazy is made from fatty solid strips of meat seasoned and stuffed into a horse casing. Kazy we got here had a texture and form of regular sausage. Like if the meat was ground and then stuffed into a casing. It tasted bizarre. From all housemade liqueurs, only the raspberry was available, but it was pretty good. Basically, what happened here is that my return to a glorious Central Asian cuisine was ruined, and that experience left a bitter aftertaste. More
Absolute top. Building ist nice but nothing very special. Service is professional, quiet but fast and nice. The food was just gorgeous. Soup with small dumplings was unbelievable. All together a real nice experience. Good for business and also family. Main thing is the quality...of the kitchen.More
Overall, this is an Uzbek cuisine but they have dishes from all over the Central Asia and maybe beyond. To me, their spices are more acceptable than those I tasted in China and South Korea. The dishes are pretty big, I would not order more...than one for myself.More
Went with 7 friends the atmosphere is beautiful giving a very authentic look, with beautiful seating, the food is great for even vegetarian, the taste was delicious, service very good, although found it difficult to explain to waiters, no english language at all, needed the...help of another customer, food was great worth the trouble in orderingMore
Good food served by a friendly staff. The restaurant was clean, with a comfortable atmosphere. For me, the music was too loud and distracting, making my business dinner difficult. Nice restaurant for a local experience, unfortunately not for business.
It’s obviously Tybeteika!!! Every time I visit Almaty I always go to this restaurant, very good choice of food, always fresh, stuff is also very polite, they even offered you different options if you don’t want to eat from the menu.
I have had lunch here and dinner on several occasions and I really like the food. I enjoyed chicken plov last time and it was very good. The best I’ve had in Almaty. The service is always good and very quick. I would definitely recommend...it.More
Great restaurant with a variety of traditional local dishes. Three types of plov, samsa, baursaki, etc. Nice atmosphere, decorations, and more than moderate prices. Definitely a place to visit while in Almaty.