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Shashlik in St. Petersburg

Uzbek Restaurant St. Petersburg is part of the Quest Around the Globe Trip Report.


Do you recall when TPOL lived in Mongolia? The work situation wasn’t ideal but the food situation was. One of my favorite restaurants was an Uzbek restaurant located at the ground floor of a condemned building. Day and night they would make shashlik on a BBQ that was on its last leg.

Looking to relive the glory days of good eating, I went to Baklajhan, an Uzbek restaurant in St. Petersburg. For a taste of Mongolian home, I ordered shashlik and a bottle of Georgian wine. No longer on a poor man’s budget, I sampled other dishes as well. The food was great as was the atmosphere.

a chandelier from a ceiling a shelf with bottles and jars on it a shelf with jars of food a group of people sitting at tables in a restaurant a glass of wine and a bottle a glass of wine next to a bottle a bowl of salad with tomatoes and cucumbers a bowl of food with green sprigs a pair of dumplings on a plate a plate of food with vegetables and meat

a plate of meatballs and vegetables
The shashlik

If you’re not in the mood for Uzbek cuisine, there are always alternatives.

a person in a space suit standing in front of a restaurant

TPOL’s TIP: Baklajhan is located in Galeria Mall at Ligovsky Ave, 30 А, St Petersburg, Russia, 191040.

 

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