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The only central café to serve authentic Tuvan fare such as sogozha (stuffed grilled liver), manchi (mutton ravioli) and the dreaded han sausage. Gaudy black and gold decor and carefully laid tables lend it a grander ambience than it deserves.
Perched above a supermarket of the same name, Kyzyl’s best cheap eat is a plasticky no-frills self-service cafeteria where cash-strapped students and office workers fill up for a few roubles on generous platefuls of pelmeni, bliny, meatballs, plov, pork roast and Ukrainian holubtsi (cabbage rolls stuffed with rice and meat). Fresh doughnuts and pastries make this a perfect budget breakfast spot.