surrounded by the diplomatic community, it is no surprise that the Uzbek Restaurant is situated there. Entering it, one is bombarded with carpets from all over Central Asia. The seating inside is sophisticated and well-lit. The seating outside is jammed with people dining, the chefs making shashlyk right in front of you (so that you could enjoy it from before), and waiters rushing in and out. It's unique characteristics isn't limited to Central Asian Carpets and food; not many restaurants feature a cracked-and-assembled-again mug in front of the bathroom celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's 25 yearly crowning inauguration. And the bathroom is also pretty good.
The mystery that remains to be solved is the area in the parking: there is an iron gate in the middle of the parking and one wonders whether it is a part of Khiva (and yet so strange looking) or not (and as a result making us ask what is it doing in the middle of Khiva's parking?).
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