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#233 of 6,750 Restaurants in Milan
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PRICE RANGE
US$23 - US$70
CUISINES
Russian, Uzbek

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Zone 9
0.4 miles from Monumental Cemetery
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Reviewed 1 February 2020 via mobile

....and excellent service too!!! The lady presenting the plates is fantastic. Uzbek and Russian cuisine... with a scent of Korean!! Good quality/price ratio.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 29 September 2019 via mobile

I received a very warm welcome and lots of help from the owner on suggestions. The mushroom starter was cooked well and tasted okay but nothing particularly different (a Korean recipe I believe) The main of meat stuffed cabbage leaves was tasty enough (Russian recipe)...although very difficult to eat with the amount of liquid, resolved by a separate plate on which to place the ‘packages’. Wine was okay. Service was slow but ‘honest’. I tried to leave a tip for service but the young lad didn’t understand enough English to be able to add one on to my credit card.More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed 1 September 2019 via mobile

The host is a lovely Uzbeki woman who really will make you feel special, your feeling will be like being a guest at her own home. They serve delicious Uzbeki and some Russian dishes prepared with love the traditional way. Highly recommended! Good for couples,...families and small groups of friends.More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed 10 August 2019 via mobile

I was really happy to find oriental Restaurant that has Russian/ Uzbekian and especially Georgian food. Being Georgian and living in italy for me was happiness to find place that offers food from my country. But.... food is not so good as we were expecting,...was missing salt from everything, in this case at least on table must be provided salt. Taste was nt even near of what we are got used to. And portions are very small comparing to prices. Only sweets were nice to eat. I definitely know that will never go back :(More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

We visited this restaurant with a group of friends and we were delighted! First of all the service is above all expectations. The owner of the restaurant explained us the menu and she was really kind and helpful. Then the dinner was served and it...was a fantastic discovery! A lot of new flavours: delicates and at the same time complex and well mixed, a real pleasure. All the ingredients were super fresh. We ordered many different things and shared everything, all dishes were really good. What a surprise, it was our first time we tried food from Uzbekistan and we were super excited about it! Please also try the dessert: the honey cake is a must!More

Date of visit: September 2018
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Reviewed 7 December 2017

Place is small, choosy and it is manage by 2 people only. Service is slow but not inefficient. Food, since i am not Uzbek i can not evaluate his originality but pleased my taste. Recommended.

Date of visit: November 2017
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Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

Very unusual to find Uzbek cuisine in Italy. Vareniki, stuffed with mushrooms or potato, pancakes, some Russian dishes such as Borscht with beetroot and meat. But lunchtime is a very limited menu. Best to go in the evening if you want to sample the full...a la carte menu. You find Russian expats eat here, but I think the menu could be a bit more imaginative. Not much for vegetarians.More

Date of visit: April 2017
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Reviewed 1 April 2017

After three years we are back to this place, this time for dinner. Welcome by the owner-manager and her son is as kind and warm as we remembered. The menu is more Russian with fewer Korean and Uzbek entries than what we remember for brunch....The one very special, interesting dish was pickles: with two different kind of gherkins, one in a salty brine reminiscent of Middle East and the other in a more central Europe-style sour and sweet brine; delicious bitter and hard green tomatoes, surprising sweet and spicy red cherry ones. Vodka to go with them may well have been good, still we declined it. We tried a few other dishes, each perfectly acceptable but listless and lacking the spices and herbs the menu often mentions: red caviar crepes, warm mushroom salad, herring with potatoes and sliced onions, uzbek salmon-and-carrot pie (reminiscent of what we would call a Russian salad, cold and covered in mayonnaise). Even lagman, a meat and vegetable soup, tasted like basic tomato soup. Again, all acceptable and apparently carefully prepared, but with no remarkable flavours. What makes us even more puzzled are prices. Each item, in a quite small serving, is clearly labeled in the menu to be between 8 an 10 Euros, resulting in a final bill for 71 Euros with water and beer. We consider this a lot for an experience that is pleasant to your mind, but dull to your mouth. Settings are pleasantly special, displaying some typical Uzbek garments and instruments, well clean and tastefully arranged. We can only recommend the friendly, pleasant and enthusiastic owners to give a bit more thought to how they flavour dishes that they mean and we expect to feel and taste special. I am sure this would make the experience exhilarating and fully justify the price.More

Date of visit: March 2017
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

Finally, I've found in Milan, a kind of restaurant I was waiting since a long time: a place offering uzbek, georgian and russian food. I arrived here by chance and the welcome was very friendly. The owners are really Uzbek and this is certified by...the dishes in the menu: manti, plov, lagman. The very interesting menu is completed by other interesting stuff such as khachapuri, the cheese filled bread from Georgia and vareniki, the Russian dumplings of triangular shape. This time I've tried one of my favourite dish: Lagman and I was satisfied and the a soft and sweet medovik (a Russian cake). I will come back as soon as I can to try the rest of the menu.More

Date of visit: March 2017
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Reviewed 27 January 2017

Dishes interesting and well prepared; the welcome of the owner is truly legendary and we immediately felt at home. We tried three of the proposals on the menu of course accompanied by two different beers "strictly" Russian. Here also the bread is to see, smell...and taste ... not to mention the different vodka's that we tested (the best is Armenian). The right conclusion after the two desserts we tasted. accurate service and with so many tips on "how to eat" dishes. The atmosphere won us 100% and will definitely be back to try the dinner menu. Rated 10! Great!More

Date of visit: January 2017
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If you look at the menu you can find: APPETIZERS Olivie - typical Russian salad Venegret - mixed cooked vegetables, seasoned with olive oil Korean carrot salad Salad "Achichuk" - fresh vegetables - tomato, onions seasoned... More
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Hello! Of course it is not awkward to visit our restaurant alone. You are very welcome!
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Uzbek is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4.5