This is one of Kiev's oldest Central Asian restaurants, one that has managed to maintain high quality of both food and service throughout the years.
Central Asian food is known for its variety and it is good to begin your meal with a selection of starters, like samsa (meat pasties), chebureki (more meat pasties), mixed pickles or just fresh vegetables and Asian herbs. Don't overdo though, for it is all quite filling and you still have a main course to tackle!
I happen to like lamb, so I had lamb in everything I ordered, like pilaf (there are several varieties, all of them delicious), shashlik, chebureki and samsa, and liked it a lot, the meat being tender and cooked just so...
Being so full after the main course I have never had occasion to try their desserts,but I trust they'll be on the same level quality-wise.
What I particularly liked was a kind of drink made of rosehip, it comes in two varieties, sugared and non-sugared, I'd go for the sugar-free version, it is simply delicious - as was everything else.
Definitely worth visiting!
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