Great food, superb decor, friendly service. Lovelt place to chill out and relax, sit on cushions or at tables.
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Prices are for Berlin quite expensive, The Staff is not really friendly. I could feel that they are more interested in a big turnover than to comfort you.
Firstly, when I went to this place with a bunch of my friends we had a good time. The atmosphere and decor are pretty magical and the "tea ceremony" with the Samowar was a joy. You feel like in a fairy tale. The food made...More
I stumbled upon this quirky tea house in a back courtyard. It is awkward wedging your legs under the low table while sitting on a rug but that's part of the unique experience. The restaurant offers many different types of tea and small meals. It...More
In the 1970s this tea parlour was made for a convention showing different parts of the USSR. Today, it has been made into a restaurant focusing primarily on Russian cuisine - with some adjustments to international food and a few dishes from the "-stan"s. All...More
Huge disappointment. I love tadjik and uzbek food! Everything is industrial: vareniki (big dumplings) are straight from a bag that you can find in any Russian shop in Berlin. Napoleon (famous Russian cake) has no taste at all. Plov (their specialty) is just not a...More
We went there to relax, because it is possible to have a tea lying in couches. We had a very special Russian tea and good typical sweets in a warming atmosphere. It is hard to decide to leave it. The waiter was also very efficient,...More
We went in at 4 o'clock in the afternoon and there was almost no one. Reception was a bit cold, but the place is so very special: I had never entered in a similar place, so colorful. You can choose to remove your shoes if...More
The décor really is great and it has all the feel of a Central Asian chaikhana. The different teas are fine, though nothing to do with how tea is taken in Tajikistan. But the difficulty is that while the menu is supposedly Tajik, Uzbek and...More