They don't have a varied menu. But it is good drink beer and have a conversation with friends or colleagues. Friendly atmosphere.
A colleague and I checked this place out on a chilly weekday evening. It’s a bit out-of-the-way and not easy to find; if you don’t speak Russian (or Kyrgyz), you might consider having your hotel make arrangements to drop you off or pick you up. On first impression, the establishment looks like a Munich beer hall plunked down in Bishkek... More
They brew 4 of their own beers here: 1. Amber 2. Pilsner 3. Lager 4. Winter Dark (Available only after November 1st) We tried all of the first 3 beers and they were excellent tasting. We plan to go back November 1st to try the Winter Dark brew. We both had the pork shashlik (like a marinated shish kebob). It... More
Hey, its a very large beer hall/ beer garden serving cold draft beer and bavarian food. It's a bit hard to find, but worth the effort. We got there between lunch and dinner and the place was pretty quiet...also a Sunday afternoon. Staff was a bit aloof when it came to service, but ....we did enjoy the beer and food... More
What a relaxing place to enjoy bratwurst and beer on a beautiful autumn afternoon. They have an extensive menu (with pictures), several beers on tap, and a decent wine list (heavy on the Moldovan). The Bavarian bratwurst, warm sauerkraut, and mushrooms in sour cream are divine. They offer local dishes as well. There is inside seating, but the best ambiance,... More
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