The ancient Nakhchivan is known for strong, independent thinkers as well as the best produce and sweetest deserts. Nakhchivanis are obsessed with protecting their cuisine as part of cultural identity in the way Italian or Greek regions are. The décor takes you back to late 19th century- with extravagant paintings and tapestries by famous Azeri artists. The restaurant is well-known for a variety of mouth-watering Nakhchivani kebobs, appetizers and desserts from Ordubad, as well as its signature fifteen types of delicious pilav: the key to any authentic Azerbaijani meal. Locals recommend trying the xingal, mangal salad, qutabs and the lula kebab here.