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DISHES FROM DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE WORLD WHICH ARE SIMILAR TO KAZAKH FOODS
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26.11.2016

DISHES FROM DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE WORLD WHICH ARE SIMILAR TO KAZAKH FOODS

Do you miss traditional Kazakh dishes when you are outside Kazakhstan, or you want to try them but you don’t have opportunities to come to Kazakhstan? WE have made this list where you can read about those dishes which are similar to Kazakh but, of course, they are not identical.


Donut — Baursak


Most of us know donuts or doughnut which is more popular in the USA. This dessert is prepared in various countries and it can be in different forms, topped with powdered sugar or fruits. Donuts are similar to Kazakh baursaks but it is more like bread and without sprinkles and a hole in the middle.

You can try donuts in New York:

“Dominique Ansel Bakery”

Address: 189, Spring st., between Sullivan and Thompson Sts.

Average price: $5

Working hours: MO-SA 08:00 — 19:00, SU 09:00 — 19:00 (local time)

Contacts: 212-219-2773

“Leske’s Bakery”

Address: 7612, Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, between 76th and 77th Sts.

Average price: $4

Working hours: MO-SU 05:00 — 20:00 00 (local time)

Contacts: 718-680-2323

You can try donuts in London:

“Dum Dum Donutterie”

Address: 2-4 Bethnal Green Road

Average price: £3

Working hours: MO-FR 08:00 — until sold out, SA-SU 11:00 — until sold out (local time)

Contacts: 07525115233

“Crosstown Doughnuts”

Address: 157, Brick Lane, E1 6SB

Average price: £2.50

Working hours: MO-TH 08:00 — 22:00, FR 08:00 — 23:00, SA 09:00—23:00, SU 09:00 — 20:00 (local time)

Contacts: 020 7729 3917

You can also find another dish called “Lokumy” from Karachay-Balkar cuisine which is similar to baursaks. This is one of the most popular foods and its ingredients and method of preparation are quite similar with Kazakh fried puffy bread.

You can try lokum in Cherkessk:

Кафе Цезарь” — “Caesar Café”

Address: 57, Stavropolskaya st.

Average price: 150 rub

Working hours: MO-SU 09:00 — 22:00 (local time)

Contacts: 8 8782 205 012

Кафе У Зули” — “U Zuli” Café

Address: Dombai, next to café “Kaskad”

Average price: 800 rub

Working hours: MO-SU 09:00 — 00:00 (local time)

Contacts: 8 862 295 51 20


Haggis — Kazy


Haggis is Scottish national dish which contains meat, onions, salt, spices and oatmeal and cooked using pluck. Haggis is then boiled for up to three hours. This dish is similar to Kazakh kazy, traditional sausage-like food which is also boiled for two hours.

You can try haggis in Edinburgh:

“Arcade Bar”

Address: 48, Cockburn st.

Average price: £20

Working hours: MO-FR 12:00 — 01:00, SA-SU 09:30 — 01:00 (local time)

Contacts: 44 131 220 1297

“The White Heart Inn”

Address: 34 Grassmarket

Average price: £8

Working hours: MO-FR 11:00 — 23:00, SA-SU 11:00 — 00:30 (local time)

Contacts: 0131 226 2806


Gulyasleves or Hungarian goulash — Kuurdak


Hungarian goulash is a soup made of beef, vegetables, paprika and other spices. This dish originally cooked by the cattlemen who carried it with themselves and it cooked in one portable cauldron called bogrács.

Kuurdak is a traditional meat dish popular in Kazakhstan and other Central Asia countries which usually made of mutton, fat, onion and potato. In compare with Hungarian goulash, Kuurdak is stodgier and includes a lot of meat.

You can try goulash in Budapest:

“Gundel Etterem”

Address: 1146 Budapest, Gundel K. út 4.

Average price: 7000 Ft

Working hours: MO-SU 12:00 — 00:00, Sunday Brunch 11:30 — 15:00 (local time)

Contacts: 36 1 889 8111

“Hungarikum Bizstro”

Address: 1051 Budapest, Steindl Imre u. 13

Average price: 4000 Ft

Working hours: MO-SU 11:30 — 22:00, booking in advance (local time)

Contacts: 36 30 661 6244