Never having had Uzbek cuisine before, we tried Old Bukhara for something different, and it was a happy choice. Service was not overwhelming but acceptable. We ordered a couple of appetizers, Chuckvara (fried dumplings - boiled may have been better) and a pumpkin filled pastry (Samsa), which was very good. We tried the "national dish", Palov, a pilaf with vegetables and small chunks of meat. It would have served as the main dish, or a side for four people. It was very good. With this we had kebobs of lamb and Kufta, seasoned ground lamb and beef, both excellent. Old Bukhara is a BYO which allowed us to have wine with our meal. The restaurant was not busy so I hope it stays in business because we want to return.
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