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What to do and eat in Almaty? - KAZAKHSTAN FOOD & TRAVEL VLOG

In this video we visit the largest city and the former capital of Kazakhstan - Almaty. We were amazed how modern and nice city Almaty really is. And damn those mountains surrounding the city are beautiful!
We start off by taking a cable car on top of Kok-Tobe Hill. Then we eat the Central Asian horse meat noodle dish called Beshparmak. We also learn how the taxi system works in Almaty before we see the most beautiful lake ever - Big Almaty Lake!


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1. OLOY BOZORI
ADDRESS: Abdulla Kodiriy Subway Station, Tashkent Uzbekistan
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🇺🇿Located in the center of Tashkent, Oloy Bozori has been a staple in Uzbekistan for nearly 70 years. This bazaar was renovated three years ago and is considered the nicest in the city thanks to its modern new design. Oloy Bozori is famous for its variety of goods sold, from the best fruit and nuts to silk products and clothing.
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2. CHOSUR BAZAAR
ADDRESS: Beruni Ave, Tashkent Uzbekistan
OPEN: 6AM - 6PM

🍞BREAD-NON: Bread
Bread-non is Tashkent’s biggest bakery, supplying the highest quality fresh bread. The bakery houses 16 tandoors, and each tandoor cooks 400 loaves of bread per day.
💸PRICE: .25 USD/2,080 UZS per loaf of bread

😋FOOD COURT: Mutton Kabab + Norin + Honum + Dumba
Chosur Bazaar’s food court boasts more than 30 different types of food. Locals often visit this portion of the bazaar to purchase food for weddings and other big celebrations or parties.

MUTTON KEBAB: Lamb meat, onion, vinegar, chilli powder and Uzbek bread
💸PRICE: .80 USD/6,658 UZS

NORIN: Horse meat, horse sausage, noodles, onion and pepper
💸PRICE: 2.30 USD/19,143 UZS

HONUM: Basil, tomato, onion, carrots and flat dough stuffed with potato
💸PRICE: .20 USD/1,664 UZS

DUMBA: Locals typically eat this with chickpeas, rice and horse meat
💸PRICE: 2.30 USD/19,143 UZS for full dish
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Best Restaurants and Places to Eat in Astana , Kazakhstan

Astana Food Guide. MUST WATCH. We have sorted the list of Best Restaurant in Astana for you. Using this list you can try Best Local Food in Astana or select best Bar in Astana.

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List of Best Restaurants in Astana

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Best Restaurants and Places to Eat in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Almaty Food Guide. MUST WATCH. We have sorted the list of Best Restaurant in Almaty for you. With the help of this list you can try Best Local Food in Almaty. You can select best Bar in Almaty.

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List of Best Restaurants in Almaty

Daredzhani Kunaeva
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Gosti
Zheti Kazyna
Line Brew Almaty
Chechil Pub Almaty
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Wine Cafe & Shop

Tajik Food - Osh and Kurotob

We tried out some delicious traditional food while we were in Tajikistan. Osh, also called Pilaf, is a common dish in Central Asia. You can find it in neighbouring countries like Uzbekistan and Krygystan. We ate it at one of the oldest restaurants in Dushanbe. We then went to 103 (the part of Dushanbe where you get Kurotob) and ordered the amazing dish called Kurotob. It was some of the best food we had while in Tajikistan.

Both of them are super delicious and you should definitely try them out if you get a chance.

Big thanks to our friend Adam for grabbing both lunches with us and helping us enjoy those meals. Can't wait to eat more delicious food.

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Tajik cuisine:
Tajik cuisine is a traditional cuisine of Tajikistan, and has much in common with Russian, Afghan, and Uzbek cuisines. Plov (pilaf) (Tajik: палав, Uzbek: palov), also called osh (Tajik: ош), is the national dish in Tajikistan, as in other countries in the region. Green tea is the national drink.
Palav or osh, generically known as plov (pilaf), is a rice dish made with shredded yellow turnip or carrot, and pieces of meat, all fried together in vegetable oil or mutton fat in a special qazan (a wok-shaped cauldron) over an open flame. The meat is cubed, the carrots are chopped finely into long strips, and the rice is colored yellow or orange by the frying carrots and the oil. The dish is eaten communally from a single large plate placed at the center of the table, often in with one's hands in the traditional way.
Another traditional dish that is still eaten with hands from a communal plate is qurutob,whose name describes the preparation method: qurut (Tajik: қурут, dried balls of salty cheese) is dissolved in water (Tajik: об, ob) and the liquid is poured over strips of а thin flaky flatbread (patyr or fatir, Tajik: фатир, or more accurately фатир равғанӣ, fatir ravghani, i.e., fatir made with butter or tallow for flakiness). Before serving the dish is topped with onions fried in oil until golden and other fried vegetables. No meat is added. Qurotob is considered the national dish.
Meals are almost always served with non (Tajik: нон), flatbread found throughout Central Asia. If a Tajik has food but not non, he will say he is out of food. If non is dropped on the ground, people will put it up on a high ledge for beggars or birds. Legend holds that one is not supposed to put non upside down because this will bring bad luck. The same holds true if anything is put on top of the non, unless it is another piece of non.
Traditional Tajik soups include mainly meat and vegetable soups (such as shurbo and piti), and meat soups with noodles (such as laghmon and ugro). Other dishes shared regionally, either as fast food or as an appetizer, include manti (steamed meat dumplings), tushbera (pelmeni), sambusa (a triangular pastry with either a meat and onion stuffing or a pumpkin and onion stuffing, baked in a tandoor oven), and belyash (pl. belyashi, Tajik: беляши, deep-fried cakes made of yeast dough and filled with minced meat, similar to pirozhki).
Soviet cuisine both influenced and was in turn influenced by Tajik cuisine.Wikipedia

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Uzbekistan Day 1: Tashkent

On Day 1 in Uzbekistan we went on an ultimate Uzbek street food tour in Tashkent, including the biggest bazaar in the city, and the most massive plov (rice pilau) cooking in Tashkent.

We had arrived at the airport in Tashkent at about 4 am in the morning, and at 9 am we were ready to start eating our way through the city.

First we met up with Bekruz and Akbar both from the Ministry of Tourism Uzbekistan (Bekruz is the one who invited me to Uzbekistan and arranged everything for us, so thank you Bekruz!), and Ravshan (check out his channel: a local food vlogger in Uzbekistan.

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Bread Bazaar, Tashkent - We started this ultimate street food tour at the bread bazaar in Tashkent, a market dedicated fully to bread, with a little fruit and other things mixed in. We bought some break, some kaymak, and some fruit and then went to a nearby restaurant where they laid everything on the table for us, along with tea. Uzbek breakfast was a great way to get started.

Chorsu Bazaar - The grandest bazaar in Tashkent is Chorus Bazaar, and it’s a perfect place to get a feel of Uzbek culture and food. We first stopped at the food court to try hanum, a type of dumpling filled with potato and somsa. Then we continued to the dome shaped iconic part of the bazaar, filled with fresh meat and spices. It’s one of the coolest market structures anywhere in the world.

Plov Center - We kind of had to rush out of Chorsu Bazaar because although they prepare 1,500 Kilos, seriously, of rice plov per day, it only takes 2 - 3 hours before they run out everyday. So we got there, already one of the monster swimming pool pans was finished, but they still had a few others going and serving. Plov is the national dish of Uzbekistan, a food that’s eaten on every and all occasions. For Tashkent plov, it’s pretty heavy on the meat at oil, with rice, chickpeas, and raisins. Also it included, qazi - horsemeat sausage which is a delicacy. It was incredibly delicious, and proper meal experience.
Total price - 100,000 UZS ($12.21)

Plov is love, remember that when you’re in Uzbekistan.

National Food Restaurant - After strolling around for a while in the afternoon, we continued to a National Food restaurant, a laid back family style restaurant that serves all things Uzbek food. Along with a number of dishes, the main dish I was most interested in was the naryn, thin slices of dough mixed with minced meat and horse. It was interesting, and quite good, as were the other dishes.
Total price - 110,000 UZS ($13.43)

Sultan Suleyman Restaurant - For dinner we went to a bit of a fancy trendy restaurant, and had another platter of food. This time, dough noodle like sheets topped with meat, horse sausage again, and green onions.
Total price - 122,000 UZS ($14.90)

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What Can $10 Get You in KAZAKHSTAN?

Kazakhstan is a fascinating country and one that is not often visited by tourists.

Despite the freezing cold weather of -18C (-1F) when I visited, I managed to have a great time in the capital of Astana, and I was shocked to see how modern it is. It is Kazakhstan's newly designated capital (1998) which moved from Almaty, and over the last 20 years, it has rapidly developed from basically nothing into an international hub with many skyscrapers and futuristic buildings.

In this video, find out which strange new foods I ate in Kazakhstan, and what else I got for $10!

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This Video Will Change Your Mind About Kazakhstan

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We love Kazakhstan!
It's our second time being there and it's always been an awesome time. While most people might think of Borat when they hear the word 'Kazakhstan' in reality, it's a much more modern and diverse place.

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1. KARIMBEK (I LOVE SAMARKAND): Kebabs and Stir-Fried Lagman
ADDRESS: Gargarina St. 194, Samarkand 140164, Uzbekistan
OPEN: 9AM - 11PM

🍢Karimbek restaurant has been serving Uzbek locals for 20 years and in that time has become one of Samarkand’s most famous restaurants. Large crowds roll in each night to enjoy traditional Uzbek food and celebrate, often a wedding, birthday, or simply night out with friends and family.
💸PRICE: Kebabs: 12 USD/99,810 UZS | Stir-Fried Lagman: 5 USD/41,587 UZS
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2. TOG MARVARIDI: Tandoor Lamb
ADDRESS: M39 Road, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

🇺🇿A tandoor is a traditional oven used for cooking or baking in Uzbekistan, as is common in Southern, Central and Western Asia. The tandoor was traditionally heated using charcoal or a wood fire, allowing the juices from the smoking meat to drip onto the charcoal and increase the flavor. Tog Marvaridi opened 10 years ago and serves as a warm home to come and enjoy lamb, escaping the winter cold.

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I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer. If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.

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10 things to do in Kazakhstan

From glamping and climbing to drawing water and watching the sunset, here are our ten things to do in Kazakhstan.

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Kashgar Uyghur Street Food

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The street in the eveining comes alive with trollies and stalls comping up every part of the square and surrounding areas of Down Town busy commercial district of Kasher.

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10—Street Food in Astana: Shawarma on Lavash

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Shawarmas are quite common here and in Europe. Typically you can get them on pita bread or lavash (large flat bread similar to tortilla).

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Traditional kazakh cuisine Bauyrsak

Baursak - is a traditional flour product of Kazakh cuisine. One of the favorite treats of not only Kazakhs, but also foreigners.
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WOW who knew Kazakhstan was so beautiful? We had a long layover in Almaty and made the most of it. Highlights include: Tricking our Uber driver to take us to Big Almaty Lake, dance partying on top of a mountain with locals, and exploring a local market with horse meat. We've used THESE travel credit cards to save $20k traveling!

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ESENTAI GOURMET (DELICATESSEN) - Kazakhstan

Esentai Gourmet incorporates many successful elements, including a delicatessen, enabling it to compete with some of the best restaurants in the whole region. One of the greatest attractions has to be the 40-seat dining area which serves food prepared freshly on site with all the options also available for take-away. Let's consider some of the reasons this area is worthy of the Esentai name.

First of all, the staff are trained chefs and fully competent in all aspects of dealing with food preparation and service. Dishes are made in a small kitchen in the centre of the store which observes the highest standards of hygiene, and can be observed by anybody interested through its glass walls. The entire cooking process takes place before your very eyes, reassuring but also interesting given the range of meals available, both sweet and savoury.

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