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Zan with Tsamig- A savory steamed buckwheat cake served with a mixture of greens and yogurt for dipping.

Kissir with Grangtur- Buckwheat pancakes with fragrant greens.

Brakoo with Muskat- Buckwheat dumplings in a sauce of ground walnuts, almonds, and spices.

There is a restaurant on the "main drag" and also a tea shop near the Mosque. Otherwise just rely on your guesthouse or homestay family for the freshest meals. Remember that if visiting in the summer, you could well be here during the Islamic holy fasting month of Ramadan or Ramzan to the locals, in which the locals don't eat from sunrise to sunset. Your host family or gueshouse will still serve you lunch, but don't expect for too much.