The food was nice, or course the pilov was the best. Dances and the atmospher is unique for Almaty..
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Went there with the family. The service was good and the food tasty. Portions were rather on the small side for Almaty standards. Big plus: the staff is used to non-native speakers and understands English well.
For a basic dinner with 4 beers for two people we paid almost 75€ what I consider overpriced. Despite of price I must say that the service was excellent, waitresses were attentive and efficient. By 21:00 there was a dance performance - interesting. Chinese customers...More
Alasha is the best Uzbek Restaurant in Almaty which is located to close to Alatau mountains. Yiu will enjoy varaity of Uzbek national couisine and show performace of central asian countries. Also do not forget to make photo in Uzbek traditional suits.
The atmosphere is very good. It has a courtyard with private rooms for families. You can taste camel milk, horse meat if you like. Camel milk is sour and I did not like it. Horse meat is like beef. Their soups are good but it...More
Very nicely decorated place for fine dining . In almaty driving around is easy ; with a car or a taxi . The location is just above the city and this restaurant also serves a little above the standarts to get a good selection of...More
This restaurant has very dilsious food. Here you can try traditioanal Kazakh food, and Central Asia region dishes. The atmospher is very close to the Central region's countries and very cozy. The most tasty food for me is "Samsy". It's reminds me students time in...More
This restaurant offers good service. However, the selection of vegetarian food was very, very limited. The entertainment was very tacky.
We went to this place with a large international group attending a workshop. Service was fast and good, entertainment program a bit kitschy, but not very long and noisy. The food was OK featuring mainly Uzbek but also some Kazakh dishes. Lamb kabobs could have...More
Traditional Kazakh food including a cracking smoked horse which is now my favourite way to est the beast. Kebabs galore with all the greaat pickled veg that help lighten up the meat heavy Kazakh farr. And the there were belly dancers and a rope wlking...More