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Mongolian cuisine, barbecue, a huge non-smoking area, buffet, and a trendy atmosphere are among the trademark features of this restaurant. The expansive range in meat, seafood and vegetable preparations take guests by surprise as the wait staff patiently await your order with a smile. The dessert list is full of delightful options and each item promises a perfect end to your meal.
Lemar is an excellent option to try out Afghan cuisine for the first-timers, as well as, for the experienced food aficionados. The ambrosial food such as Quabelli Palau ba Kababe Morgh (marinated chicken pieces, stewed spinach and fried basmati rice with raisins and pistachios)and other such delicious dishes will delight you. You will find chicken, lamb and vegetarian dishes ruling the roost here and, maybe, initially, you might be disappointed at the lack of fish, beef and pork dishes but all that will just fade away once you savor the delicacies here. The warm colors and soft lighting creates an inviting ambiance. You can try traditional yogurt drinks or some soothing Afghan teas. Lemar also boasts of an extensive wine list.
Taberne zur Schandgeige is a fine dining spot for those who want to savor some delightful local preparations. The interiors reflect the traditional theme with low wooden tables and chairs, antique furnishings and local bric-a-brac adding a rustic charm to the restaurant. Gorge on a traditional recipe of Flammkuchen or opt for a healthy salad instead. In the main course, roast pork and a lot of other chicken and meat preparations are listed, and each of them is quite wholesome and presented with a lot of attention to detail. Foodies can also select form a host of other appetizers and side dishes like spicy cortes chilli. Save room for dessert as there are delightful options to appease your taste buds. Apart from the tasty food, the place features an array of premium whiskey and wines that make great accompaniments to your meal. Live music by local bands and solo artists add to the rich experience.
Although Blue Nile lacks romantic ambiance, this simple restaurant is an excellent introduction to Ethiopian cuisine. The dishes are prepared according to traditional recipes without making any concessions to the European palate. It will take a moment to adjust before you get used to the dining experience, since you will have to learn to eat with your fingers! The pleasant staff will help you out if you are struggling. After a couple of glasses of honey wine, all your inhibitions will disappear. The fact that many Africans eat here speaks volumes about the quality of the food.