Enthusiasts of world cuisines can indulge in classic Russian dishes such as borscht, or try Central Asian Specialties including Uzbek pilaf
What You'll Get
- Type of cuisine: Russian and Central Asian
- Valid for the full menu on any day the establishment is open
- Valid for takeout and dine-in once available
- View the menu and prices
- Must-try dish: Uzbek pilaf is a traditional dish featuring rice cooked in stock and mixed with vegetables and meat.
The Fine Print
About Oasis Cafe
Central Asian Cuisine may not be the most popular around the world, but it's certainly worth a try. At Oasis Cafe, patrons who study the menu may be surprised to see many dishes they've never heard of unless they're seasoned travelers who've been to Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. For starters, customers can try cold veal tongue, then move on to manti, which are traditional steamed dumplings filled with meat. Those in need of a hearty meal should not hesitate to try Uzbek pilaf, a rice-based dish served with meat and vegetables.