-By Marryam H Reshii
A curious little mismatch of the wrong place in the wrong market. Basically, Karavan is a home away from home for the burgeoning Uzbeki population of the city. The owning family members all work in the kitchen and wait at tables and all the guests are Uzbeki. But if you are expecting Defence Colony standards, do be warned. The cuisine is a peasant-like unsophisticated conglomeration of carb-rich fare, with not much in the way of flavouring. Tabaka is a good, tasty grilled chicken; Minced Kebab is fairly straight forward grilled lamb; and Manti are dumplings. The problem is that the price is too high, the quality not good enough, the hygiene iffy and the service too slow. Still, quaint enough for an occasional visit.
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