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Reviewed 24 August 2022 via mobile

Would you like to eat like the street cats of Baku? If yes, you’ve come to the right place. You will be completely satisfied if you enjoy fried chicken bones without meat and cold vegetables on the side. Obviously I’m joking, you will not enjoy...the disgusting food here. This is literally the worst chicken I’ve had in my life, and I got food poisoning from chicken in India several times. I would get food poisoning once again rather than try to eat the dry chicken bones at this resturant. Not even the street cats would like this food. They would most likely leave the food in the trash; where it belongs.More

Date of visit: August 2022
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Reviewed 24 August 2022

We ordered chicken wings and vegetables. There was almost no meet on the chicken (basically fried bones) and the vegetables were completely cold. When we asked to speak with the manager if we could get compensated in any manner we were met with a sarcastic...attitude and not accommodated in any way. The food was not eatable and we left still hungry. Would not recommend at all.More

Date of visit: August 2022
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Reviewed 4 August 2022

Very good and reasonable food, an experience itself, waiters are friendly and attentive, including shows and live music, amazing value for money in a great location. Highly recommended!

Date of visit: August 2022
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Reviewed 29 July 2022

We went there for a large party, so couldn't order a la carte, but the food that was served was excellent. Meats and salads were great. One downfall was the service was super slow and it would take forever to either get something off the...table or on it, so the clutter was significant. The restaurant is gorgeous with multiple rooms that are all different, so it is like a museum. Would try it out as a regular dinner next time.More

Date of visit: July 2022
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Reviewed 28 July 2022

Huge ethnographic museum perfectly preserved. Lots of different room styles. Friendly staff , only problem not all speak foreign languages Good food Democratic prices Only problem is far away from old city required taxi

Date of visit: July 2022
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Reviewed 14 July 2022

we went to the restaurant without reservations but they accommodated us in a private room even. food menu was very good and prices are very very reasonable that i had to ask them whether its in mannat. servers have a good english knowledge n they...guided us the menu. food came in 15 mints very fresh n hot n tastyMore

Date of visit: July 2022
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Reviewed 19 June 2022 via mobile

What a great place to eat, very entertaining and the food was actually very good too! We arrange a tour of the museum rooms which were really interesting all a different era of Baku . Well worth a visit

Date of visit: June 2022
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Reviewed 27 April 2022

During our trip in the Azeri Caucasus a couple recommended this restaurant for us to visit and so we did. Good thing to know in advance that there is a dress code, which doesn't allow sportswear so we booked for an other day. It is...very much worth for the whole experience with the tour, food and the atmosphere. This is truly a museum on its own and food also delish. We strongly recommend to go for the Piti, which can be controversial, but don't be afraid. Traditional azeri BBQ (on Saj) is also popular.More

Date of visit: April 2022
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Reviewed 18 February 2022

Wonderful hospitality with high quality service, the manager made recommendations for us on request. 3 local musicians played traditional instruments and music while we dined, which you can tip at the end of your meal. It was a fun evening. It was fun to dine...in an old caravanserai as if we were travelers coming through on the Silk Road ourselves -- very creative.More

Date of visit: February 2022
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Reviewed 14 February 2022

So delicious foods are serving here, I recommend all travelers in Baku to visit this restaurant. Thanks to Rauf Mirzayev who brought me here. But do the reservation before your visit

Date of visit: February 2022
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Reviewed 21 March 2021 via mobile

I came here to have a breakfast, but their breakfast menu was so weak. Also the service was not good at all. And they bring the main dish of breakfast really late. I dont recommend to have a breakfast here. Mainly poor.

Date of visit: March 2021
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Reviewed 6 March 2020

We were a group of 30 - ( Business - Incentive Trip for Business Partners ). Very good place to experience local ambiance and local food. Middle eastern crowd will love this place. Our group being Indian, did miss some spice. But thoroughly enjoyed and...had a great time.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 8 February 2020 via mobile

I was in Baku on business with two companions and a local colleague asked us if we’d like to join him for a meal in a ‘proper Azeri restaurant’ - glad we said yes! After parking in what in the darkness seemed a bit of...a back street, we were led into the welcoming hallway of Sirvansah where our coats were taken & we were ushered to our table. Dining takes place in a stone-built room with arches and domed ceilings - it feels straight out of a Silk Road travelogue. Local musicians played mysterious instruments, the young male singer had a beautiful voice. At intervals the music would stop for a while, and dancers in national costume would appear on the floor and dance, they were skilled and it easy great to watch. However if you need to have quiet times to talk without background noise there are plenty of pauses in entertainment, which I liked. Most of the customers were Azeri rather than tourists so I didn’t get the impression the dancing & music were staged only to impress foreigners - the performers were being applauded and welcomed with enthusiasm. Food - you don’t come here just to be entertained, it’s first & foremost a restaurant. Azeri food is delicious - very fresh, tasty vegetables, grilled meats, yoghurts, flatbreads - similar to eastern Mediterranean cuisine but with an Asiatic flavour. We had starters of a mixed platter of regional food including a pomegranate-based dish, olives, fresh greens, tomatoes, humus & breads. Main course a grilled rack of lamb in a honey glaze, with small tasty baked potatoes. Dessert a plate of sweet pastries like Turkish baklava. All washed down with delicious Azeri red wine. Wonderful meal, served with a smile. The biggest surprise was the bill - four of us, as much as we could eat; two bottles of wine; great music and dance - and it came to the equivalent of less than £25 per head. Next time I’m in Baku I’ll definitely be back.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 21 January 2020

Very nice restaurant in the calm place of city. Full of vintage decoration and style. Cosine is good, as well as service. There is hall as well as private rooms (thematic) Highly recommended

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 11 January 2020

Amazing place! The best food and the history of the country in details.. we already have recommended this restaurant to our friends and will visit this place again for sure..

Date of visit: July 2019
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It’s very busy place. You have to make reservations through your hotel conceitage .
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