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Buryat in Ulan-Ude

This yurt complex in the Verkhnyaya Berezovka suburb is a great lunch spot after a visit to the Ethnographical Museum. Take a seat in the main tent and give your taste buds the Buryat treatment in the form of buuzy (meat-filled dumplings), bukhuler (meat broth) and a glass of airag (fermented mare's milk). Take marshrutka 37 from pl Sovetov to the yurt stop.

The dining space is decorated with suits of Mongol armour, traditional buryat furniture and folk costumes, and the serving staff are also dressed the part.