One of the best restaurants in NE Philadelphia. Very nice atmosphere, excellent food, attentive service.
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Honestly I don’t know what’s wrong with me. I have been driving past this place once a month for seven years I never noticed it. What a shame for me. Perhaps it’s the fact it is located on the end of a small strip mall...More
they are using cheap meat and vegetables, not tasty at all, not professional cooks. nothing even close to Uzbek cuisine. they are cheating with dish description in the menu. I never saw a worse place than this one.More
Your comments are very derogatory and off-putting. All our cooks are from Uzbekistan and we have a wide customer base that absolutely love to indulge in our food. We take a great deal of Pride and preparation in serving quality food at phenomenal pricing. You...More
We were in the area and looking for a unique place to have lunch. Found it! This place was great. The food was fresh and interesting....the service was polite and genuine. Everyone was so friendly and we had an excellent experience. Lucky for everyone who...More
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This was our first time eating at Samakand. The food is from the country of Uzbekistan. Everything was delicious and I especially liked the way the food was spiced. We had several appetizers, samsas, and soup and I had assorted shish kabobs for dinner. ....More
We have been going here several times. Most times we enjoyed it very much. They try to accommodate everyone very well. Will be back.
Last time I was there, 5 years ago, the restaurant was located in a lower level without windows. The food back then was OK. I went back today to find that a lot of changes had been made. Although the downstairs still exists, the main...More
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We go there often because we love the food there. Usually we order the same things, but sometimes we try something new from the menu. Been there yesterday with my wife and mom. We ordered a fillet stake, a bone-in rib-eye, and a few shish-kebabs,...More
We ordered the lamb gyro 🥙 platter. First off it tasted like beef that was tough and chewy. Wrapped in a tortilla instead of a pita (like a burrito) There was a sauce on there but it was watery- Not tsaziki! Totally disappointing, including the...More