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Reviewed 25 June 2015

I have visited the Madrassi to the Folclore Dinner, this April 2015. The dinner was very mediocrate, and for Usbec standards pretty expensive. The folclore dance was weak, and it was more the advertising of the nearby Folclore clothing shop, then the dance itself. It lasted al. together not more then 90 minutes.
In the neigbourhood one could find something more interisting . So it is nice to see, but definitely not a must show

Date of experience: April 2015
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Reviewed 17 May 2015

it was a regular tourist dinner in a yard of a medressa in bukhara.
100% tourists, accompanied by some local dancing and show.
It was rather short, and considered as fashion show of some clothing.
Compared to other local attractions rather expensive, ca 13usd, if nothing else to be done, ok for a visit, but not if programme is full

Date of experience: April 2015
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Reviewed 30 October 2014

Stunning portal with vivid depiction of 2 phoenix birds - probably the most beautiful portal I have seen in all of Central Asia. Inside there is a large square, surrounded by shops and restaurants and at night there are local dance/modeling shows - destined for a very touristic crowd. Better to visit it during the day, particularly in the morning when it is much more deserted and you can appreciate the ambience.

Date of experience: September 2014
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Reviewed 19 October 2014

We were taken there (as were a whole lot of other tourists - it seems this place is compulsory!) by our tour organisers. In the big madrasah courtyard there was a display of various regional dance forms and music. This was accompanied by dinner with free booze. I am no judge of dancing, and the Uzbek semi-sweet red was passable. The food seemed to consist of an assortment of fruits and salads as starters together with the local bread, followed by dumplings with pumpkin filling (ugh! - tasteless!). The main course, the plov, never appeared due to some unexplained hitch. I am giving an average rating since I did not get to taste the plov (= pilaff), which happens to be the National Dish of Uzbekistan.

Date of experience: October 2014
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Reviewed 21 September 2014

This is also can be included in a days walking tourist tour.Recently renovated, one is left as a madarasa rest converted to shops.You must go for the evening culturel show with a cat walk and dinner from 1800 hrs 1900 hrs.Worth it.

Date of experience: September 2014
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