Good Ukrainian restaurant. The menu has English translation so this the restaurant is ok for tourists. The place has a very eclectic decor, adding to the offbeat vibe. Try the chili vodka and borscht. Can’t go wrong.
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We had been waiting for a good time to go and made it out for dinner. There was no one there and the place was empty but the service was horrible. The guy and girl there were absent. We had to go find them multiple...More
They have pretty good authentic food from Eastern Europe! The service was fast, the place is a bit too dark for me and not too cozy but in general good for a quick lunch!
The decor is the first thing one notices when entering Traktir, but what's the most important thing? Why the food, of course. We always enjoy our meals here. This is one of the few restaurants that serves pork chops. Prices are reasonable and the bar...More
Went there couple of times and was really satisfied + one of the not many places to have pig + good choice of dumplings + starters are super tasty + Desserts, I have my favourite one and nothing will beat it up in the whole...More
Worth a visit but food quality varies: GOOD FOOD Borshch (red beets and beef soup) was good, properly seasoned and flavored. Delicious garlic buns though they were a day old. Baked trout was excellent. Baked whole with bones removed before serving. Recommend. BAD FOOD Potatoe...More
I really enjoyed the food and atmosphere here. I recommend ordering things that you would not ordinarily order. The shashlik! The salo! Pickles! Whatever seems rustic and simple. Accompany it with some chilled vodka. You'll thank me later.
Good Ukrainian restaurant. Nice atmosphere and good service. However, although they have a wide range of options, the food is often underwhelming. Could improve the quality
We discovered this lovely restaurant when looking at Google Maps as we were walking back to our nearby hotel. It is on a small side alley and we were lucky to have sighted it. The clientele seemed to me mostly non-Tajik and most were speaking...More
As I have found out, when travelling in the republics of the former Soviet Union, the restaurants with foreign cuisine there - if they are not Italian or Chinese - are most often Georgian or Ukrainian. And they are usually very good. In Dushanbe I...More