Top ChoiceRestaurants in BishkekSupara Ethno-Complex
This delightful though somewhat contrived 'ethno' complex is a rapid-fire presentation of all things traditionally Kyrgyz, attracting mainly well-heeled urban locals. Costumed waiters serve a full range of authentic and original Kyrgyz meals, in comfortably furnished yurts and wooden patio seating. Beware that extras are unexpectedly pricey (tea 150som, bread 120som). There's a decent mountain view from the small dam immediately behind the complex and some days there's a free archery challenge. Supara makes a good stop if you're en route to/from the Alamedin Valley. Marshrutka 318 and 373 take roughly 45 minutes to get here from Alameddin Bazaar.