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This Uzbek establishment endeavours to bring
guests an experience of the magic of the ancient Silk Road, along which spices, silk and luxurious fabrics wove their way to the West. The location, on an evocative corner of the Little Quarter, is equally magical - with the river on one side and Kampa Park on the other. The interior, embelished with chandeliers, decorative-carved furnishings, mosaics, ornate carpets and frescos of traditional scenes conveys a flavour of Eastern opulence and mystery. And if you’re up for it ask to be seated in the traditional Uzbek room, under the tent-like flowing fabric ceiling, where guests rest on a raised platform on puffed cushions and eat off a low central table. The menu is dominated by traditional lamb dishes, skewered-grilled over a fire, stewed and served with noodles or rice, slow cooked with legumes as a soup or baked in pastry. Eastern spices and herbs are used throughout to create distinct flavours characteristic of the region. Order the ayran, lightly-sour yogurt drink to accompany the meal - enjoy your trip.
Locality: Prague 1 - Malá Strana
Underground: A - Malostranská
Tram: 6, 9, 12, 20, 22 - ÚJEZD
From city centre: .
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