Are there good restaurants in Kazakhstan?
When we asked people living in Kazakhstan about good local restaurants, they mentioned...
"One of the most popular restaurants in Kazakhstan is the Beshbarmak restaurant in Almaty. Located in the heart of the city, this restaurant serves traditional Kazakh cuisine, including the national dish of beshbarmak, a hearty stew made with lamb, potatoes, and noodles. The restaurant also offers a variety of other dishes, such as shashlik (grilled meat skewers), plov (rice pilaf), and lagman (noodle soup). The atmosphere is cozy and inviting, and the staff is friendly and attentive. Another popular restaurant in Kazakhstan is the Kebab House in Astana. This restaurant specializes in kebabs, but also offers a variety of other dishes, such as shashlik, plov, and lagman. The restaurant is known for its generous portions and flavorful dishes. The atmosphere is relaxed and inviting, and the staff is friendly and helpful. Finally, the Chayhana restaurant in Almaty is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. This restaurant serves traditional Kazakh cuisine, including beshbarmak, shashlik, plov, and lagman. The atmosphere is cozy and inviting, and the staff is friendly and attentive. The restaurant also offers a variety of teas and desserts, making it a great place to relax and enjoy a meal," commented one expat who made the move to Kazakhstan.
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"Downtown, there are may pubs and restaurants. In the spring and summer, Almaty has somewhat of a sidewalk cafe atmosphere. There is every variety of restaurant imaginable, from fast food to English pub to high end French and Italian dining and ethnic cuisines like Uzbek and Georgian. Drinking with friends is a usual activity in Almaty, and everyone at the pubs seems very friendly. Karaoke bars are also big in the city," remarked another expat in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
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