Ulan-Ude Restaurants

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    Churchill: Very nice restaurant

    by jorgejuansanchez Written Aug 22, 2015

    I liked this place, although only drank a beer. In my hostel (UUHostel) there was a traveler from the city of Santiago, in Chile. He was hungry and went to this restaurant, Churchill. The atmosphere was very good and the food that my Chilean friend ate was also good according to him, So I advise you to go there.

    Favorite Dish: My Chilean friend ate a sandwich of hamburger.

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    Hotel Geser: The things on the menu, they did not have

    by suvaa003 Written Feb 7, 2005

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    It is a Hotel restaurant. The servise was good. But the things we wanted they did not have that day. Maby it was because it was the day before New year. The have an English Menu, and the staff speaks a little English too. The soup was okay, but not plentyfull and the bread was old. The woman in the gardarobe where very nice and chatty.

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    Baku: It is okay but not to write home about it

    by suvaa003 Written Feb 7, 2005

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    The food was okay, a bit from georgie. The shaslick was okay as where the salds. You are not alowed to smoke. The service is Old Russian, so without a smile. The second night we ate there, we find out that they raised the prises up to double. No discussion possiable.

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    "Stavka Batiya" or "Yurt": Traditional Buryat Food

    by Galygo Written May 9, 2003

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    "Stavka Batiya" means "Chingis Khan Camp".
    Here you can taste all traditional Buryat meals made of meat and milk.
    However, they have meals for vegeterians.

    Favorite Dish: 1. "Salamat" (Sah' lah' maht) - somekind of milk (cream) porridge. Should be hot !

    2. "Posy" (Po' see) - "pies" (boiled in water) with cutted mutton meat. After first bite you should drink "meat juice" inside of it.

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    Sakusochnaya: Eat for less than 2 US Dollars

    by jorgejuansanchez Updated Aug 22, 2015

    They gave me a soup (borsch) plus a kotlet. Not bad, cheap, for only one and a half US Dollars, or 98 rubles.

    Favorite Dish: business lunch

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    Hunnu: Eat inside a yurt

    by jorgejuansanchez Written Aug 22, 2015

    This is a lovely place to try Buryatian food and tea. I loved it!

    Favorite Dish: Buuz, or a kind of mante. Delicious!

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