Samarkand Kafe

Samarkand Kafe
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  • Samarkand Kafe
  • Published on: April 12, 2010
  • Last modified: March 21, 2018
  • Ambience
    Editor: 75%
  • Food
    Editor: 90%
  • Service
    Editor: 85%
  • Value
    Editor: 85%

Review Summary:

Samarkand is a family owned chain of Uzbek restaurant-hofs, usually located in areas with concentrations of immigrants. The one I'm most familiar with is the location in Ansan's Asia Town. It's a great place to hang out with friends and enjoy some comfort food like stuffed cabbages (Golubsky) and a bowl of borscht. They're famous for their Samsas, flaky pastries stuffed with meat and served with a spicy sauce. They also make great fries--topped with lamb (called Chizbif). To down it all, they have a good selection of vodkas and strong Russian beers. Not every dish is a hit there, and the bread they sell at the counter is a bit scary. But if you stick to the lamb dishes and whatever just looks good, you'll be pleased.

Cuisine: Uzbek
Reservations: No
Suggested Items: Samsa, Golubsky, Chizbif


Ansan 031.492.6984

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1 thought on “Samarkand Kafe”

  1. Way overpriced and food is average imho. Ate plov samsa half a bread and a salad. 16000 won….u kidding me? It s not expensive f comoared to the US but for Korea, unless u r insisting on uzbek food your money is better spent elsewhere. Alas the place is filled with korean hipsters who think eating here is cool.


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