This is a very simple comfortable restaurant in terms of style. The walls are adorned with pictures and wall hangings of Uighur musicians and the ceiling is covered by a fake grape vines. In the corner is a TV and they play a DVD featuring music from Uighur. Don't let any of this put you off though if you fuss about appearances - as the food is what you are coming to experience here. And the food is unique - smoky flavoured and succulent. We had an eggplant stir fry, chicken kebabs and a lamb filled pancake. All dishes were excellent and we will certainly come back to try more from the interesting menu. The Uighur food has similarities to Turkish cuisine but blends flavours also from the Orient.
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