You head through a fairly nondescript reception, in a fairly grim part of town; a red carpet apparently leads you to a restaurant, although you would have no idea, given the fact that there are no signs whatsoever... after heading through the maze, you arrive in a pretty large restaurant, with half of it low, cushioned seating - and the other half, a more formal area. Oh, but there's an ornamental pond in the middle of the room, with a bridge over it. And some koi carp, and turtles in it. A woman was singing Kazakh songs over a Bontempi keyboard, and a number of people danced around as they saw fit... the food was pretty good, the atmosphere was absolutely mental and one of the best laughs I've had in ages. Especially in such a strange restaurant, anyway... lots of singing, lots of vodka, some traditional eastern food - dumplings, beetroot soups, lots of lamb - all good, really. I'd say the food was ordinary if I wasn't in a place that made me laugh out loud for the whole evening; welcoming, and more than willing to enjoy the atmosphere created. We ended up in a large human chain, with the singer at the front, leading us through songs we could never hope to understand, as we danced over the turtle/carp bridge. Good times. Head there in a group and throw yourself into it.
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