Extensive Uzbek menu. Can't tell how authentic that is, but there are plenty of dishes that were prepared really well. You can never go wrong with the shish-kebobs, of course! Some of the salads are very good if you want to try something different than what you would usually get in an Italian restaurant. Tongue salad was yummy and there were a couple of others that tasted great too. The signature Pilaf (plov) is OK. I have tried the dolmadas a couple of times and had to return them because there were unchewable pieces of meat in them. Did not have the courage to try them again. Deserts are excellent, I believe brought in by a local bakery - the Sacher Torte is my favorite but not always available... Tea and breads are free of charge. It is BYOB. Live music and two dancing floors. Very attractive - do not pass it by!