What an exotic gem right in the middle of Boulder! Gorgeous mosaic and carved wood interior, dozens of teas, great food and excellent service.
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Initially we called to make a reservation and were unequivocally told that they did not take reservations. Accordingly, we showed up for dinner without a reservation. We were disappointed and perturbed that the receptionist told us a different story, that they did take reservations for...More
We enjoyed this amazing venue enormously. It was my first time and the tea selection was like no other I had ever seen. The tea house is a work of art so you are in a surrealistic dining adventure. The food was tasty and the...More
The quality of the food has improved greatly since the last time I was there--as well as the quality and attentiveness of the service. Everyone went the extra mile. The decor is as always. There really is an excceptionally good selection of teas. The pastries...More
last night.(Saturday)....reservation for 9 at 6 PM. We all had a great time.........and since we were so many, almost had the whole menu of entrees(for better or worse). The standouts were the argentinian mushrooms appetizer......the persian chickpea kufteh main....and the pork belly main. YUM to...More
As I understand it, Dushanbe is the word for a day of the week in the Uzbek language, and became the name of a town in Uzbekistan where the market was held on that day of the week. Dushanbe became a sister-city with Boulder back...More
My daughter had plenty of vegetarian options and really enjoyed the Spicy Peanut Noodles. They definitely had a pronounced peanut flavor. My son also liked the Persian Bademjan, the beef was fork tender. I too had a beef dish, but the name is not listed...More