Reviews on Eastern European food in Nur-Sultan, Akmola Province, Kazakhstan. Designated the capital city of Kazakhstan in the late 1990s, Nur-Sultan boasts a landscape glittering with new architecture and construction projects as the government infrastructure continues to be built. Old and new quarters of the city are divided by the Ishim River, with older, Soviet era structures on the north side while the governmental quarter and monuments like the monolithic Bayterek Tower spread out to the south. The central Avenue of the Republic is a hub of entertainment and business.
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4 based on 106 reviews
Modern, hospitable restaurant of Caucasian cuisine with locations in the city center, with high-quality service and affordable prices. The place where you can try delicious meals and Georgian wines. You can have here a lunch or a dinner, meet friends and
This place has mid range prices. Specializing in georgian cusine. Interesting design, and has a smoking room, which is very good when the weather is bad;)
4 based on 80 reviews
Azerbaijan cuisine, straight on Ishim bank, summer terrace... Very authentic
Food is good, servce is slow and confused, the river is nice but only later when the sun isn't streaming onto you and the breeze cools instead. Large groups or small groups have plenty of room. Overall it is a nice place for a group of friends, just have patience and be prepared for the weather because seating is primarily on the covered terrace.
4 based on 64 reviews
Melnitsa Bar is the most attractive ethnic place in capital. It is lovely cute space with delicious dishes.
We were now. OPPerativny staff for thanks! The warm atmosphere And comfort at home. For a delicious dinner,a special thanks to the chefs. I recommend to try the liqueur!!!
5 based on 42 reviews
The Halal restaurant of European and Asian cuisine. Kazakh national delicacies. The most friendly and worm environment, delicious food and fresh drinks guaranteed.
My wife and I had an excellent lunch at SAF before visiting the National Museum. All the dishes we tried were well prepared and excellent. My horse steak was the best I tasted in Kazakhstan. Service was very attentive, and even though they didnât have an English menu, the waitress made a big effort on helping us translate the menu and recommending several dishes. Highly recommended
4 based on 73 reviews
We popped in to Epoha for lunch on my son-in-laws friends recomendation and we were not disapointed. The staff were very friendly and informative about the hundreds of Soviet items on display. There are booth areas with different soviet themes. The food was very good and the service was excelent. If you want to see soviet memorabillia and good food with great service this is the place for you. If not, it is still worth a visit for the experience.
4 based on 92 reviews
Your favorite family restaurant! We opened for you the most warm and inviting family restaurant. Restaurant, where every corner is surrounded by greenery, creating an atmosphere of a perpetual summer. The unique interior design, nursery, excellent service
The dolmas (stuffed grape leaves) were the best I've ever had (not usually a fan) and the eggplant appetizer was excellent. The vegetarian we took was happy. The decor is pleasant. Sadly my Uzbek fried lagman type dish was "meh", and I heard no raves about anyone else's main dish.
4 based on 160 reviews
I visited Daredzhani twice in April - in both cases for Saturday lunch. And in both cases it was great - same good food (lobio and kupaty - a safe bet), and the service was superb. House wine - Saperavi - still is the best value for money, if taken by jar, not by glass.
4 based on 208 reviews
Authentic Kazakh cuisine mixed with European dishes, Italian specialties, and the only ethnic show program in town make this restaurant a real Astana Landmark.
dined here for lunch and dinner on the same day. Plov with lamb was very good, and the rice was almost cooked al dente. Manti were delicious. The famous besbarmak was pretty good, but seemingly more "fine dining" than what I've had elsewhere.
4 based on 110 reviews
Came on the recommendation of a fellow food writer, but unfortunately our party shrank to two... so we were limited in terms of the dishes we tried - only 3 savory dishes plus 1 dessert.Overall this did not meet my expectations. The sturgeon besbarmak was a nice change from the standard horse version (which I love), but the two other dishes we had were both overcooked. The cookies we ordered were also not that interesting.Decor was nice, service staff tried very hard to please us, but ultimately the food was just OK.
4 based on 317 reviews
Familiarity with Kazakh and modern kitchen. Unique the national restaurant, where the food is prepared on open fire: in the tandoor, grill and cauldron.
Found "Saksaul" in a jet-lagged (and, alas, hungover) state from an overnight flight - it was one of the few places open before 10:00. I was recommended the local special breakfast - many courses, cumulating in a horse meat dish, Staff were friendly, eager to speak English (and, in one case, show off their Pinky Blinders tattoo).I returned the following day for a late lunch, again asking for and accepting their recommendation of a Plov dish. Highly recommended for breakfast and lunch.
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