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Huge thank you to Bekruz and the Ministry of Tourism Uzbekistan for hosting me and my family on this amazing food trip through Uzbekistan. This is the final day and video of this tour. You can watch the entire playlist of videos here: https://youtu.be/A3xHJzNNM2A
Uzbekistan Day 6: Food and Attractions Tour of Khiva + Unforgettable Family Meal!
Khiva is another ancient city of Uzbekistan, known for its mud walled city. It’s another great city to explore for a combination of the history and food. And the food was different in Khiva than in any other city I had been to so far in Uzbekistan.
Islam Khoja Minaret - We started the day in Khiva old town, visiting some of the famous sights, and climbing to the top of a minaret. My legs are still sore!
Hotel Malika Kheivak - At a small and peaceful restaurant, we lounged on the traditional Uzbek tables and ate gumma, something similar to fried dumpling pockets.
Djuma Mosque - Known for its hypostyle hall, this is a landmark mosque and museum to visit when you’re in Khiva.
Tea House Mirza Boshi - For mid-morning snack, we headed over to a teahouse in the center of the old city to try a dish called shivit oshi, an Uzbekistan Khiva speciality of green dill noodles topped with meat stew. It was delicious.
Shivit oshi - 20,000 UZS ($2.42) per plate
Fish Restaurant - For next lunch we headed out of the city a little ways to a river and pond to eat fish. The fish was fresh and we had both a fried fish and a grilled fish, both of which were delicious.
Total price - 135,000 UZS ($16.33)
Family home cooked meal - We woke up the next day and were invited over to a local family home to cook and eat. They took hospitality to the next level, welcoming us into their home, preparing special tuhum barak (egg stuffed dumplings), and a surprise plov at the end of our meal. It was one of the most memorable and special meals of my entire trip to Uzbekistan. Thank you to this amazing family.
And that wraps up this entire Uzbekistan Food and Travel series. It was an incredible trip, full of delicious and massive portions of food, hospitable people, and immense history. Again, thank you to Bekruz and the Ministry of Tourism Uzbekistan for making this trip happen.
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What a fantastic video! I love the fact that you are so happy all of the time! It really makes this a pleasant watch every time.
Hey,..your drone link is dead...where and what type of drone did you use for this? Great work!!!
Fantastic video series again. Uzbekistan is a country I initially didn't know anything of and it was very interesting to experience your journey this way. The culture, scenery, food and the people were just amazing. I can only hope I get to travel there myself one day!
Hello from Uzbekistan! After watching every episode of this food tour in my country, I read literally every comments and I feel so proud and thank you all for liking our traditional food, culture and wishing to come here. I hope you visit sometime soon. Thank you all!
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I was so touched to see such genuine hospitality from the Uzbek people from the beginning of this series. It brought tears to my eyes. Much love to the Uzbek people <3 And thank you, Mark, for always being so positive and wholesome.
I like the way you love food.
I am an Indian.
In India there are various cultures, various tradions and traditional foods from top to bottom.
I really want you to find real India.
Damn Uzbekistan Good is veryy similar to pakistan to 100% but 55% I have tried that rice manny times it delicious its lika Afghan pulao and teas loll Love u Uzbekistan,, Azerbaijan,, Kazakhstan,, Turkey ,, and Mark wines loll
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