The food was surprisingly good. Its not the kind of place where'd you'd go for its 'decor' per se, but the servers were very nice despite the language barrier and made the experience worthwhile. The menu includes major Russian foods as well as Bukharian dishes in addition to Middle Eastern specialties. If you don't feel like cooking dinner but staying in for the night, I'd suggest ordering out from Cheburechnaya as it won't cost you much at all.
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