Doston House Location: 5, K. Kalon Str., Bukhara
About restaurant:Doston House is an Uzbek guesthouse situated in the Old part of Bukhara. The cordial owner of the house invites travelers and guests of Bukhara to enjoy various dishes of Uzbek cuisine cooked in the best national traditions and to be immersed in the atmosphere of an Oriental fairy tale, to the accompaniment of folk music. Uzbek melodies and traditional songs and dances will help you to understand our national culture and traditions. They mirror the life and originality of the people inhabiting the territory of Central Asia.
A Bukharian Jew built the house at the end of the nineteenth century. The architecture of the house and its decoration is typical for buildings of that time: painted mosaics, small niches in the walls, and national Bukharian ornamental patterns.
Rajabov Doston, the owner of the house, along with his family, is pleased to offer a great variety of Uzbek cuisine, the splendor of the fruits of the lavish land of Uzbekistan, Bukharian wine and soft drinks. Traditionally, the dastarkhan (table) abounds in sweets, fresh and dried fruit, and grains. Main courses are served one by one. All dishes are cooked on an open fire. On the patio, a tandir (a clay oven) is used for the preparation of lepeshka (bread) and samsa (national Uzbek pastries).
||Lunch, Dinner - 8 US$|
Folklore show - 35 US$ (not depending on group size)