Ramada Baku

Salyan Hwy Shikhov Beach, Baku, AZ1023, Azerbaijan
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What is the traditional and favorite food in Baku

by abelabel

We are going to Baku on our way from Paris to Pakistan through china and will be filming a ROAD MOVIE as well as a food documentary. I would love to be in touch with some one who allow us to film him and his familly while cooking a traditional dinner and then enjoying it with the familly.
Please please please reply us...

Re: What is the traditional and favorite food in Baku

by Nuclei

The famous food is called Tike.
There are nice restaurants around "fantan" (fountain) square and also in Icerisehir.

Enjoy

Re: What is the traditional and favorite food in Baku

by rowk25

I have been in Azerbaijan last summer and i really liked this country...

Kebabs are a staple dish, try the liula-kebab grilled over an open fire. Stewed lamb, Bosartma, is another local favourite, the meat is stewed with vegetables and plums. Bosartma is served with lemon slices and cucumbers.

In the northwest khingal is a favourite dish - a flour dish with meat, fried onion and kurut (a dried cottage cheese). In the Lenkoran region chicken is stuffed with nuts, onion and jelly and fried. Fish is also stuffed and baked in a tandoor oven (tendir). The Apsheron peninsula is famous for its dushpara - small meat dumplings and kutabs - meat patties made in a very thin dough.

Caviar (kuru) is one of the Azeri luxuries, and you can taste it not only canned but also fresh. There's some sturgeon farming but most caviar comes from the dwindling stocks of the Caspian sea.

In Baku the best place to find caviar is at the Taza bazaar, near the Circus. Beluga is rather rare in Baku - most production of Beluga is exported. Most caviar you find in Baku is Osetra and Sevruga. You should also be aware that most fresh caviar is fully authentic, but illegally poached.


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Travel Tips for Baku

characters adore

by persian_hiker

I visited monument of Azeri artists that some of themes were from Iran (like Shahriar) .in there likes some places you can see "Aliev's" statue. I think Azeries like most of eastern peoples are characters adore! night in "Moaziz "resturant with folk live music,swimming in Caspian sea and Baku's peoples.

Conflict of interest Baku style

by Assenczo

Conflict of interest is an expression regularly used in modern day life and has a connotation of corruption mainly in government services. The Baku version was applied hands on right there on the lowest possible level. While trying to find a hotel (because this was beyond the intellectual capacity of the taxi driver) I came across a couple of hotels whose owners were “sticking around”. When asked about such and such hotel the first owner said: "Come over here I have a room for you". The answer was that there was a reservation and he pointed to me in the right direction. Next hotel virtually 20 meters away from the goal and just behind a corner had a particularly insolent owner. She solemnly declared that she did know where the hotel was and went on yapping away to the top of her voice that she was going to give me a room for a price 5USD lower than the hotel I had reservation for (as I figured later). The conclusion is – in Baku, one is to be armed with the best information about any location of interest and not trust any “good” businessmen popping out along the way.

Martyrs' Lane

by maykal

Not really a tourist site, but worth visiting if you are at all interested in Azerbaijani modern history, Martyrs' Lane is a cemetary primarily for those who died under Moscow's tanks at the time of Azeri independence in 1991, and now includes many soldiers who have died in the on-going war with Armenia over the region of Nagorno-Karabagh. When I went, the place was eerily quiet, but it certainly is a beautiful location for a cemetary, on top of a hill overlooking the Bay of Baki.

Maiden's Tower (aka Qiz Qalasi)

by josephescu

This is the most famous landmark of Baku - a 30m impenetrable looking structure from the 7th/8th century, overlooking the sea from the far end of the old town.
It may be that the debates around the original function of the Maiden’s Tower have some merit to the towers’ fame: from ridiculous stories about tragic females to Zoroastrian temple, astronomical observatory, lookout post of defensive tower. Given its long life, I guess the true story would be a combination of several of the stories above.

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Best view of Baku

by Minashka

It just happens so I give tours of Baku to foreigners visiting and this is my favourite place to take them! It is called Mountaneous Park but has always been known among locals as Kirov Park. Kirov was one of the Soviet leaders and so his statue was erected right in the middle of the park up on the hill. It used to look like he was pointing at Baku and saying "this is mine!". Thank god the statue isn't there anymore! Before the Soviet days the park used to be a graveyard but then the new government decided to turn it into an amusement park. There is still Funicular running there but now the park is once again a place of burial for those who died in the Garabagh war (1988-1994) and those who shed their blood for our independence from the USSR (Jan 1990)!
This is from where you get the best view of Baku though and there is a tea-house there for you to have some nice Azeri tea while enjoying the magnificent view!

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