3, Moscow, Russia
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Uryuk kafe Moscow Reviews
Uzbek cuisine Jun 01, 2013
Conveniently located close to Paveletskaya metro station. Here you can select a cozy place at the table, settle into a comfortable chair or sit on the couch. Сafe offers an exclusive oriental interior.
Сafe serves the national Uzbek cuisine: a real pilaf cooked with all traditions, Khiva, Zarafshan and other delights. Just enough time to be here, to see what other places in Moscow that is so vividly convey the culture of Uzbekistan, is not there. Impeccable service along with affordable prices favorably emphasize the benefits of "Uryuk Cafe". Everyone here can not only eat, but also take a break from the daily hustle and bustle of the megapolis.
Big choice of dishes. Good value.
Prepared in compliance with all national secrets shourpa (510 rub.) and "Chayhansky" plov (520 rub), succulent kebabs on the grill (270 - 630 rub), a huge selection of salads and oriental sweets will leave no one indifferent. Even those who do not like lamb, find dishes on the menu for everyone. Order, for example, tovuk sai (370 rub) - a young chicken fillet fried with rice and vegetables dlinnozernovym or Central Asian soup (salmon shourpa, 460 rub.) A separate credit goes to fresh pastries from the tandoor (70 to 190 rub.)
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