Restaurant recommendations in Almaty

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Restaurant recommendations in Almaty

Postby steven » Wed Jul 17, 2019 3:07 am

Please share your restaurant recommendations for Almaty below. The scene is moving so fast, we cannot keep up by ourselves.

Find vegetarian recommendations here: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=5131

Budget restaurants in Almaty thread here: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=6345
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Re: Restaurant recommendations in Almaty

Postby AreWeThereYet? » Wed Jul 17, 2019 9:23 am

I really like Darejani, Momo and the restaurant with the logo of a chicken (Coco?) all on the same street, Kunaev. Prices might be a bit steep for a backpacker’s budget but hey, we are what we eat!
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Re: Restaurant recommendations in Almaty

Postby steven » Thu May 21, 2020 12:47 pm

An article about specialty coffee in Almaty:

https://europeancoffeetrip.com/speciali ... azakhstan/
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Re: Restaurant recommendations in Almaty

Postby trikolka » Fri Jun 05, 2020 11:33 am

in Almaty, I had 2 good diners in 2 georgian restaurants (I like georgian food), Daredjani already quoted above (85 ul. Kunaeva), and another one on ulitsa Tole-by, between Medecine university and Park na Ploshad Astana, near the guesthouse Silk Way. I forgot its name, but the addresss is very close to 82 ul. Toleby. Food was good and there is a relatively large terrace, very pleasant in summer. I also liked the kazakho-corean restaurant Kangnam, at the intersection prospekt Zhibek Zholu / ulitsa Bayseitovoy, in the pedestrian area near the TSUM. There are also a bunch of cheap and rather good shashlik places.

And a last one, which I dont see on GoogleMaps but it is listed on Yandex Karty : it's a russian-kazakh restaurant named Koshka, on the south side of Park 28 Gvardeitsev Panfilova (near the colourful Zenkov kathedral), which I would recommend if you travel with kids, as they have a little playground with toys (and a few cats) near the tables. Adress is something like 43 or 43b ulitsa Kazybek-by
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