I'm usually a very easy-going restaurant-goer, and I can forgive a lot, but this is no way to run an establishment. Also, there were flies everywhere. Dishes. Contact us! Read More. And to mention-if you want...to drink some alcohol (even beer), you must bring it with you. It took a while to get there, but I would travel to the ends of the earth (more realistically, the ends of Brooklyn) for this meal. Samsa are delicious lamb and onion-filled pastries, which make a very palatable precursor to the geiro langman and its perfectly noodly mess of sauteed vegetables and tender marinated lamb. There were plenty of people of different ethnic background (including European and Asian) enjoying their meal - if it's that busy on a Monday night, they must be doing very good business! Everything we ordered was great, fresh and very unique. Vegetarians have the option of trying the Khonoom that have a potato filling and are served with a tomato based sauce. Foursquare uses cookies to provide you with an optimal experience, to personalize ads that you may see, and to help advertisers measure the results of their ad campaigns. Upon request, the waiter recommended we try the langsai salad, samsa, and geiro lagman, accompanied by a pot of Chinese green tea. Have never felt so letdown by a restaurant, especially after having good experiences in the past.More. This was probably our least favorite of the three, but still good and would likely have been better had we not just inhaled two big plates of meaty carbs.We saw other folks bring beer but I'm not sure if it's BYOB or if they were friends of the owner, who was delightful. We went several times (group of 6) and was catered to very professionally by the very polite staff. Dont know what is better-saslik, lamb, chicken or veal. Beautiful fish, cheese, pickled goodness and produce. The Kebabs are the juiciest I've eaten in the city, and while not spiced to make you sweat (as they could be at Xinjiang BBQ cart or the Mongolian BBQ cart in Flushing) have a nice charcoal taste to them,  are deliciously tender, with the flavor enhanced by the raw onions and accompanying sauce. Yum. I'm familiar with eastern European/ Russian food, and also central Asian food...including Uzbek cuisine, but this was the first opportunity I've had to try Uyghur food. Also, there were flies everywhere. Place was busy. Please tell us by clicking here if you know that any of the information shown is incorrect. There were plenty of people of different ethnic background (including European and Asian) enjoying their meal - if it's that busy on a Monday night, they must be doing very good business! Also see photos and tips from visitors. Neither of us have had Uighur food before and were not disappointed. Secondly we ordered the Manty which are basically momo's (i think this might have been beef as well - but also typically lamb) .. Interior. Delivery & Pickup Options - 257 reviews of Cafe Kashkar "My first foray into Uighur food, and hopefully not the last. to drink some alcohol (even beer), you must bring it with you. Confira a menu para Cafe Kashkar.The menu includes and main menu. Disclaimer: Always check with the business for pricing and availability of menu items. 1141 Brighton Beach Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235, USA For reservation call (718) 743-3832 My girlfriend and I decided to hit Brighton Beach for a relaxing Saturday afternoon and picked this place for lunch. I really enjoyed this dish; just perfect on a hot summer day.The best dish I had were the kebabs. :). It might be hard to figure out what to order, so ask the staff for assistance. This was more than enough food for three hungry people. Cafe Kashkar; Menu Menu for Cafe Kashkar Hot Appetizers Manty (meat dumplings, 4 pc per portion) 36 reviews 15 photos. If anyone could...help out with the name I would be happy! 252 Reviews (718) 743-3832 Website. ", Created by Foursquare City Guide18 items • 26 followers, Created by Canada O'Day100 items • 47 followers. The chuchvara(dumpling) soup, lamb pilaf, and samsa are great as well. On a recent trip to South Brooklyn, we decided to give it a try! The somsa (meat-stuff dumplings) are incredible, as is the Laghman (noodle...and meat dish). This restaurant serves Uyghur food. I grew up in Brooklyn and although I live far away now, I enjoy visits to Coney Island and Brighton Beach. If you've read my other reviews you know I LOVE dumplings - and these definitely were up to my speed - the sauce that accompanied these was a red cold spicy-garlicky tomato sauce (kinda like salsa)  - also deliciously.. Lastly we ordered a lamb shish-kebab which was really good too - great flavor and nice and tender meat.. We also ordered a drink - Compote which was kinda like a non-alcoholic sangria - fruit drink with actual fruit on the bottom.You would think that this wasn't very much food for two people but it was actually really filling. It was a bit intimating walking in. The ambiance is minimal, there's always an Uzbek stage show on TV, with the singer belting fairly catchy and hummable tunes, even if you don't follow a word. We helped ourselves with a flat bread which has the texture of the Indian Nan but much thicker. This was more than enough food for three hungry people. - See 40 traveler reviews, 23 candid photos, and great deals for Brooklyn, NY, at Tripadvisor. I never figured out the name of this dish - ordered it by pointing to the photo on yelp!) They will explode you. When we got home, we realized they hadn't included the creamy sauce or tomato salad that got mentioned in a lot of reviews, which was a bummer, but our bad for assuming it would be included.We really enjoyed the taste of everything we got, but felt that the naan (which is not made in house) and the lamb kebab (which included fatty, chewy cuts) could have been left off - the dishes that showcase the tasty lamb/onion filling and the lagman noodles seem to be the move here. One the waiter came over and helped suggest some dishes "everything is good" I felt much better.