MICHELIN Guide 2019


  • 92-09 63rd Dr., New York
  • 13 - 24.99 USD
  • Central Asian
MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

This may be a kosher spot with no bagel in sight, but one look at its counter loaded with layers of bowl-shaped noni toki bread and you quickly realize that a meal here is a dining adventure. Specializing in Bukharian (Central Asian) cuisine, longstanding Cheburechnaya has been a neighborhood pioneer. The focused menu is more engrossing than the décor, and it's easy to want every cumin- and paprika-laced item on it. Bring your own vodka and start with the house specialty, chebureki, an empanada-like deep-fried wrap stuffed with either hand-cut lamb seasoned with cumin, chili, cilantro and paprika; or fennel-sparked cabbage. It may serve as the perfect complement to smoky lamb fat, tender quail, veal heart and seared beef sweetbread kebabs.


The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal




13 - 24.99 USD

  • a Wheelchair accessible
  • E Establishment totally or partly reserved for non-smokers


+1 718-897-9080
Opening hours
Lunch Sun - Fri Dinner Sat - Thu

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