Kazan is a feast of a city. Cold winters and hot summers, Muslim minarets and Orthodox monasteries, the ancient archeological sites and the science city of Innopolis, forest steppes, taiga and the Great Silk Road all mix in the cauldron that is the Tatar capital. The result of this melting pot is the self-sufficient and self-assured third capital of Russia that each year extends a warm welcome to a million guests who come here to experience all sorts of impressions and emotions.
This is an Uzbek restaurant, offering mostly traditional Uzbek food. The servings are gigantic: one order of pilaf or chuchvara is enough food for two. They say that mutton specialties are particularly good at Karshi, and must not be missed. Thyme tea and baklava are popular among locals.