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The Important Factors of Opening up Kazakh Restaurant in Oxford

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The decor inside the restaurant should try to match the insides of a yurt – complete with felt drapes, wherever possible, and the general ambience should try to recreate the legendary warmth that Kazakh hospitality is famous for. Exquisitely designed dastarkhans (Kazakh tablecloths) adorning each table and implicit promises of a sumptuous konakasy, a special dinner that Kazakhs prepare to honour their guests, would automatically overwhelm the guests who would become instant converts. The waiters must be properly educated in Kazakh form of hospitality and the way they welcome a guest in their own country.

They should never forget that asking too many questions to a guest is considered extreme impoliteness in Kazakhstan. Thus, they should never be more voluble than they are required to and allow the guests to enjoy their dinner without many interjections. This will give this place a unique quality that cannot be copied by any competitor. Cuisine It is perhaps needless to emphasize that patrons come to a restaurant essentially to dine and the cuisine must be singularly superb and absolutely authentic for any restaurant to succeed.

The guests should ideally be offered a drink of kumiss, a fermented beverage made from mare's milk, in porcelain or painted wooden piala (a Kazakh teacup) as soon as they settle down at a table. Kazakh cuisine essentially constitutes of meat and milk and horse’ s meat is considered a delicacy. So, guests dropping into taste shuzhuk, kazy or karta should never return dissatisfied. Those who prefer sheep may order steaming kuirdak and almost every client would sometime or the other order at least once, besbarmak, made form boiled horse or sheep meat, and is the most popular dish in Kazakhstan.

The promoters must ensure that these dishes are prepared without a fault and retain the authentic Kazakh flavour to ensure a loyal clientele. There will never be a shortage of Kazakh students as 3000 of them come every year to Oxford University and Ivy League Universities of United States thanks, to Bolashak scholarship.

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