The menu is the size of a novel and full of mouthwatering dishes from Azerbajan, all translated into English so you can read all the details and sit there salivating over what to try. The restaurant is ornately decorated and there is live music. Service was excellent and prices, while expensive, were well worth it for the quality of food. I tried an Azeri chicken dish with flour tortillas and spicy sauce and an Azeri pickled fruit platter (this maybe would have been better as a table centre piece for 6 people, but still, a fun experience). Courses start at 300 roubles and go up to about 1200 roubles each. Food is presented beautifully and makes great fun for people like me who love taking photos of food. Located in the city centre.
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