Restaurant "Samarkand" / Praha

Říční 1 Malostranské nábřeži 3 Praha 118 00
+420 773 870 000
Opening Hours
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 23:00

Many centuries ago being situated on the trade caravan ways, which played a big part in the Eastern countries` economical links, it became one of the centers of ancient civilization and a Central Asia people’s bearer of historical and cultural traditions. The city, which age is more than twenty five centuries, charms and entices with its beauty and originality. The streets` quietness, the orioles` singing, the nightingales` warble, the quails` twitting, the water murmuring in the irrigation ditch, can involuntary stop you to make a deep breath, sit at the table under a shady maple tree and think about your life purpose. The Orient people say: „Who cognized the life, don`t hurry“. Samarkand – is a city of legends. Every stone, ravine or pond here – is a living the tradition of the past, every ancient monument is the witness of the real or imaginary actions. Every old tree is connected with a different story, each city block (guzar or machallya) is keeping its own legend as it is a lineage. Sometimes these legends fuse together and form cycles.

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hamed arafa en
Food is okay, but overpriced and not what I expected. Service wasn't good, we asked for sugar to put in the tea and the waiter didn't give us a spoon, we waited to get someone's attention for the check, but nobody seemed to care. GooglePlace - August 2017
Oshim Mahmud en
a reputed and tasty restaurant with an amazing location of valtava river. its provide halal uzbekistan cousines and the taste of the foods are out of the world. GooglePlace - August 2017
Vanessa Rios Escobar en
Nice atmosphere and great location. I was looking forward for the besbarmak but it wasn't so great GooglePlace - July 2017
Jessica Percifull en
The food was good, not great. We lived in Tashkent, Uzbekistan for 2 years and traveled all over the country. It's nice to be able to have Uzbek food while we are in Prague. We had Lagman, manti, chuchvara, samsa, plov and achuk-chuk. Lagman is my favorite and it was missing something, a little was also missing the soy sauce and chili sauce it's normally served with. Service was ok, they took our order but never came back for anything else. We had to get up to ask for more water but they did bring it to us. My kids enjoyed the manti and samsa. GooglePlace - July 2017
Rasim Mamedov en
All in all, good place for introduction to Uzbek Cousine. However, I would pay more attention to servicemen and tune certain dishes up. Recommend to everyone, who wants to try something new and tasty. GooglePlace - June 2017