Dongdaemun Uzbek Cuisine Restaurant 'Samarkand'
If you go a little further from downtown Dongdaemun, there is an alley with many shops with Cyrillic characters written on the signboard.
There are so many foreigners that it can be said to be a small Russian town.
Thanks to the Dongdaemun market, the number of companies and merchants importing and exporting clothing and cosmetics to Russia and Central Asia increased
It is said to be a naturally formed street.
Samarkand is a restaurant where business owners from Uzbekistan create hometown food in downtown Seoul.
There are several restaurants with similar names in the vicinity: Samarkand, Samarkand, Samarkand.
At the place I visited for the first time last year, I saw the food I ordered was brought from next door and I was wondering what happened
The hall staff could hardly speak Korean, so I couldn't ask.
When I tried Googling, restaurants that are a little far apart have different owners, and restaurants that are attached to each other are owned by families.
There was an article saying that the same boss is doing it. Anyway, the two houses that are attached seem to be on the same side.
Looking at the menu, there are many dishes using lamb and beef, and there are many kinds of unusual soups and salads.
The dishes I've eaten are full of exotic flavors because they use a lot of herbs throughout.
Thanks to Uzbek staff and guests, local food, music, and herbal-rich cuisine
It's an exotic restaurant that makes you feel like you've come to Uzbekistan.
It's a place I sometimes stop by when I go near Dongdaemun. Next time, I'll have to try Shaslik.
Uzbek restaurant outside Samarkand.
There are many restaurants with the same name nearby.
On one side of the table, basic condiment boxes, chopped bread, and sugar are placed.
Russian beer Baltika 7.
In addition to food, you can also enjoy alcohol and drinks such as vodka and beer in the Uzbek style.
Kimchi and carrot salad are served as basic dishes.
If you order an additional carrot salad, it costs 3,000 won.
tomato salad. After all, it's 3,000 won.
Manti, an Uzbek dumpling.
There is plenty of herb-scented beef on the inside.
âMutton soupâ exudes the unique flavor of lamb.
A Russian cabbage roll called Golubtsy (Golubtsy), âcabbage meat roll.â
âVegetable and yogurtâ made by adding cucumber and herbs to cool yogurt.