Restaurant serving Uzbek dishes
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‘Grezy Khivy’ baklava — 210 rub.
Chak-chak — 210 rub.
‘Uruk’ on Paveletskaya Street is a vivid and bright restaurant featuring a banquet hall for 10 to 15 persons.
At ‘Uruk-cafe’, there are hookahs with a wide choice of tobacco and a real traditional Uzbek clay stove. Dishes are made according to national gastronomic recipes and cooking secrets.
‘Uruk-cafe’ earned its title of ‘Khiv Chaikhana’ and a chaikhana for Uzbek people is a kind of a center of social life.
Its atmosphere disposes to communication over a cup of tea, without unnecessary ostentation and astronomical sums in the bill.
Ranked in world top 10 bars by ‘Bartender’s Guide 2008’
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