Serving healthy foods and creating memories is our motto! Our dishes are prepared using natural ingredients and is served in the most humble manner according to centuries old traditions. Your taste buds will yearn for more, that’s our goal. In addition to delicious dishes from Uzbekistan, we also offer a variety of Central Asian foods such as the popular Beshbarmak, Norin, Dapanji and several other dishes. Vegetarians and vegans will also find many options in our menu. Call to make your reservation today to experience Gulchatay’s unique cuisine, feel-light ambience and homely service.
Uzbekistan is famous for its ancient cities (Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Shakhrisabz, Termez, Tashkent). In Uzbekistan, the amazing nature, here you will feel the greatness of the mountains, you will see the beauty of rivers and lakes, you will learn the secret of deserts, enjoy the oasis of Tashkent.
People in Uzbekistan are refereed are to as Uzbeks and Uzbekistanis. Uzbek refers to the ethnic group. Uzbekistani refers to Uzbekistan citizens. Uzbek is sometimes used to refer to Uzbekistan citizens. The word Uzbek probably comes from two Turkic words: vz, which means “Genuine” and bek which means “man.” Thus Uzbek means “genuine man.”
National Uzbek food is the separate layer of culture of Uzbek people. Unlike their nomadic neighbors, Uzbek people always were a settled nation, which cultivated agriculture and cattle-raising. At their fertile valleys Uzbek people raised vegetables, fruits and cereals; they bred cattle, which were the source of meat, the abundance of which can be seen in most dishes.
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You have the opportunity to choose a delicious dish according to your taste buds. Our cuisine is relatively new to the world stage gastronomy. We are always happy to serve you delicious meals.
On every special holidays we have different offers and discounts. Celebrate holidays and your special occasions with us.
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