Bokhara

Welcome to Bokhara Kebab House

Uzbekistan is one of the audacious and beautiful countries of the Central Asia famous with its monumental minarets, mausolea and monasteries. The coutry has unique traditions, clothing, jewelery, weaving, embroidery and rugs which attract millions of tourists . Central Asian food resembles that of the Middle East or the Mediterranean in its use of rice, savoury seasonings, vegetables and legumes, yogurt and grilled meats. In Uzbekistan meals often consist of pilafs, kebabs, noodles and pasta, stews, elaborate breads and pastries. Subtle seasonings and fancy sweets distinguish the cuisine of southern Uzbekistan.
Tea is ubiquitous, usually served without milk. Cities of today’s Uzbekistan, including Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Tashkent and Shakhrisabz live in the imagination of the West as symbols of oriental beauty and mystery. Bukhara is one of the most ancient, holy cities of Uzbekistan. This city was mentioned in a holy book "Avesto". Bukhara city is supposed to be founded in the 13th c.B.C. during reign of Siyavushids who came to power 980 years before Alexander the Great. The name of Bukhara originates from the word "vihara" which means "monastery" in Sanskrit. The city was once a large commercial center on the Great Silk. Bukhara with more than 140 architectural monuments is a "town museum" dating back to the Middle Ages. 2,300 years later, ensembles like the Poi-Kalon, Kos Madras, Ismail Samani Mausoleum and the Kalian Minaret are attracting a lot of attention. The city consists of narrow streets, green parks and gardens, historical and architectural monuments belong to the different epochs, but locate very close to each other. Hospitality is Essential Part of Uzbek Culture. So please come to BUKHARA THE UZBEK CUISINE and let us the pleasure of hosting you.