Just finished dinner at this very local and authentic place. The menu was unreadable to me but I just pointed to the other guests' choices and the cute waitress understood me easily. Started with a soup and finished with kind of spaghetti with meat and peppers. The tiny chewing gum that came with the bill just made my day.
You shouldn't consider this place if you are looking for a cosy or warmly decorated restaurant because the decoration is very... former Soviet, the lights are bright but I do feel like I have been to Bishkek now.
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