Lagman from As-Kazan
Lagman from As-Kazan

As-Kazan
Кулатова, 20
9:00- 10:00
Main Dishes from $3

As-Kazan has been one of my favorite restaurants throughout my time here in Bishkek. Colloquially referred to as the “Lagman Shop” by my friends, As-Kazan is one of the best restaurants for local ethnic cuisine. The interior is clean, the location is close to our school, and the workers are friendly. They have a wide assortment of foods available including Lagman, Manti, Plov, and Kasha. Although I typically come for the Lagman, often I will come for their breakfast since I became addicted to Kasha and Blini when I lived in Estonia. I can personally recommend the Bolso Lagman. For any students at the London School As-Kazan is a must know location.

As-Kazan - our local "Lagman Shop"

As-Kazan – our local “Lagman Shop”

Interior at As-Kazan

Interior at As-Kazan

 

Cian Stryker

Cian Stryker

Cian Stryker is pursuing a Bachelors of Philosophy with a dual degree in Political Science and Russian and Eastern European Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently studying abroad on SRAS's Central Asian Studies program in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. He is currently writing a thesis comparing the ethnic Russian diaspora in Estonia to that in Kyrgyzstan and to what extent those diasporas experience ethnic tension. He spent the summer of 2016 living and studying in Narva, Estonia. He hopes to eventually join the US Foreign Service.

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