about us

Welcome friends!

Established in 2010, we are located in the heart of North East Philadelphia.

Our restaurant is a warm and friendly family owned place. Our menu showcases the staple dishes from Uzbek (Middle Eastern), Bukharian (Sephardic Jewish), and Russian cuisine all prepared and served home-style. Our doors are open 7 days a week, we will be happy to celebrate all of your special occasions here or offer catering services and home delivery. We serve a delicious dessert assortment with gourmet coffee and tea. Please BYOB.
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Дамы и Господа!

Приглашаем Вас посетить pесторан «Shish-Kabob Palace» двери которого открыты для Вас с 2010 года и вот уже более двух лет мы тепло принимаем гостей в самом сердце Норд-Ист Филадельфии. Наше меню состоит из любимых блюд узбекской, бухарской и русской кухни приготовленных и преподнесённых в семейном стиле. Наши повара искренне любят свое ремесло и готовят каждое блюдо с душой. Для тех, кто хочет окунуться в атмосферу неповторимой восточной кухни мы приглашаем Вас отпраздновать с нами все радостные события, а также предлагаем: выездное обслуживание, и доставку домой. Мы предлагаем ассортимент вкусных десертных блюд, а также кофе и чай. Мы открыты для Вас 7 дней в неделю. Алкогольные напитки приносите с собой. Добро пожаловать!
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Хуш келибсиз дўстлар!

Ресторанимиз ўз эшикларини 2010 йилда очди ва мана икки йилдан кўпроқ вақт давомида Филаделфия Норд-Истининг қоқ юрагида меҳмонларни илиқ кутиб олмоқда. Бизнинг таомномамиз Ўзбек, Бухоро ва Рус пазандачилигининг оилавий усулида тайёрланган ва тақдим этилган севимли таомлардан иборат. Бетакрор шарқ пазандачилигининг мухитига ғарқ бўлмоқчилар учун бизнинг эшикларимиз хафтанинг 7 куни ҳам очиқ. Сизларга барча хурсандчиликларингизни биз билан нишонлашни ва шунингдек сайёр хизмат кўрсатишни (кейтеринг) хамда таомларни уй манзилига етказишни таклиф этамиз. Шунингдек, биз маззали десерт таомларининг ассортиментини хамда қахва ва чой ичимликларини тақдим этамиз. Спиртлик ичимликларни ўзингиз билан олиб келишингиз мумкин. Сизларни сабрсизлик билан кутиб қоламиз!
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Хуш омадед дустон!

Тарабхонаи мо, соли 2010 дар маркази Норд-Исти Филадельфия дари худро барои мехмононаш боз кард . Барои шумо таомномаи узбекиву руси ва бухорои ба тарзи хонаги пешкаш менамоем .Агар хохед ,ки худро бо рохат хис намоед дари тарабхонаи мо 7-руз бароятон боз аст.Мехохем хушихои зиндаг ва рузхои нотакрори худро бо мо ҷашн бигиред. Шумо метавонед аз хизматрасони ба хонаатон истифода намоед.Бо хоҳишу хости шумо шириниҳои ҳархела кофе чой пешкаш менамоем.Нушокиҳои спиртиро бо худ оварда метавонед. Мо ҳамеша интизори шумо!

Culture & Food

Bukharan Jews

The Bukharan Jews of Central Asia were essentially cut off from the rest of the Jewish world for more than 2,500 years but somehow managed to survive and preserve their Israelite identity and heritage in the face of tremendous odds. They are considered one of the oldest ethno-religious groups of Central Asia and over the years they have developed their own distinct culture.

Bukharian Cuisine

Bukharan cuisine consists of many unique dishes, distinctly influenced by ethnic dishes historically and currently found along many parts of Central and even Southeast Asia. Shish-kabob, or shashlik, as it is often referred to in Russian, are very popular most commonly made of chicken, beef or lamb. Pulled noodles, often thrown into a hearty stew of meat and vegetables known as lagman, are similar in style to Chinese lamian, also traditionally served in a meat broth. Samsa, pastries filled with spiced meat or vegetables, are baked in a unique, hollowed out tandoor oven, and greatly resemble the preparation and shape of Indian samosas. Plov, is a slow-cooked rice dish spiced with cumin and containing carrots, and in some varieties, chick peas, and often topped with beef or lamb.

Uzbek Cuisine

Uzbek cuisine is influenced by local agriculture, as in most nations. There is a great deal of grain farming in Uzbekistan, so breads and noodles are of importance and Uzbek cuisine has been characterized as "noodle-rich". Uzbekistan's signature dish is palov (plov or osh), a main course typically made with rice, pieces of meat, and grated carrots and onions. Other notable national dishes include shurpa (shurva or shorva), a soup made of large pieces of fatty meat (usually mutton) and fresh vegetables. Norin and lagman are noodle-based dishes that may be served as a soup or a main course. Manti, chuchvara, and somsa, are stuffed pockets of dough served as an appetizer or a main course. Dimlama (a meat and vegetable stew) and various kebabs, usually served as a main course.