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About Us

Welcome to Taste of Samarkand, New York

It takes more than exquisite cooking to make a memorable meal. We at taste of Samarkand believe an intimate atmosphere in the right location, personal and attentive service and great company are what separates a delicious dinner from an unforgettable experience.

Our History

It all began in 2015 with one man and a dream.

Taste of Samarkand Restaurant is one of the newest food service in restaurant business industry. This restaurant will give you unbelievable impressions of Uzbek traditions, culture, food and bevarages. The place where you can find most of the traditional food made by chief cook. Moreover, unique interior design of the restaurant will make you feel as if you came to Samarkand to eat Uzbek national food. Delicious meals from our kosher kitchen in Uzbek traditional environment will surely make you visit us more often than ever.

“Live as a way of life.”
– The Bay –

“Forget the rest- The best Uzbek food
is made right here in Taste of Samarkand.”

– Food for Thought –

About Uzbek Food

When most people think of Uzbekistan their minds immediately go to the awe-inspiring Islamic architecture of the Registan in Samarkand, the towering Kalyan Minaret of Bukhara, or the ancient walled city of Khiva. What you don’t hear much about is food in Uzbekistan.

In fact, when we first arrived we really had little to no idea what we would be eating during our 3 weeks in the country. We quickly learned that traditional Uzbek food can be quite delicious with influences from all over Asia and the Middle East.

Uzbekistan shares much of its culinary tradition with Turkey as well as serving up a wide number of noodle and dumpling dishes that bear a close resemblance to their counterparts in China, Nepal, and other Eastern Asian countries.

In the Press

Taste of Samarkand, Middle Village, New York – Restaurant Review

’s try Uzbek tonight” my dining companion suggested. “Sure, what time is the flight?” It turns out that a half-hour…

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Taste of Samarkand Is a Silk Road Oasis in Queens

The bread looks ready to levitate. Called noni toki, it is matzo-thin, a blistered expanse 14 inches across, the edges…

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Contact Us

For reservations, private occasions & catering


62-16 Woodhaven Blvd Rego Park,
NY 11374

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(718) 672-2121
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