This delightful however to somewhat thought up 'ethno' complex is a quick fire introduction of all things traditionally Kyrgyz, drawing in for the most part all around obeyed urban locals. Costumed servers serve a full scope of genuine and unique Kyrgyz dinners, in easily furnished yurts and wooden yard seating.
Be careful that additional items are out of the unexpectedly pricey tea 150som, bread 120som. There's a conventional mountain view from the little dam quickly behind the complex and some days there's a free arrow based weaponry challenge. Supara makes a respectable stop on the off chance that you're in travel to/from the Alamedin Valley. Marshrutka 318 and 373 take around 45 minutes to touch base from Alameddin Bazaar.