We've eaten here twice. The first time my pumpkin samsa was very good, but the second time it was a bit overcooked. The first time my flatbread was hot as though it had recently come from the oven, but the second time, it was cold and had obviously been cooked a long time ago which was disappointing. Also my vegetable kebabs were disappointing, because there were three skewers, but so few vegetables that they could have fit on just one skewer. One had two small pieces of zucchini, the other had two small pieces of a bell pepper and the third had one small piece of eggplant and two cherry tomatoes. I hope they start adding more vegetables to the vegetable shashlik. My friend's dolma and plov were good. Although keep in mind that the lamb in the plov is supposed to have fatty pieces, so it might not be to everyone's liking. The second time I also had vegetable honum which came with tomato sauce, and I thought the honum was a bit bland. I might try it again sometime but if so I would probably try it with adjika to make it a little spicier.
The restaurant has four rooms, so although kebabs might be rather aromatic, it should be possible for vegetarians to sit away from people eating meat, unless of course you're going with someone who's eating meat! Prices here a little lower than at Uzbekistan which is also owned by the same people, and they have a sushi menu here.
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