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Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse

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Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse Review

Unique to Colorado, this teahouse was a gift from Boulder's sister city Dushanbe, Tajikistan, and opened in 1998. Tajik artisans decorated the building in a traditional style that includes ceramic Islamic art and a carved, painted ceiling. The menu presents a culinary cross section of the world; your meal could include such dishes as Basque-style steak, Tajik shish kebab, or Tabrizi kufteh (Persian chickpea balls with dried fruits, nuts, and herbs in a tomato sauce). Relax during high tea at 3 pm (reservations required) with one of more than 80 varieties of tea. Charming patio tables alongside Boulder Creek are popular with locals. Brunch is served on weekends.

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Updated: 10-01-2013

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    A memorable experience

    A trip to the teahouse for the atmosphere alone is worth your time, but in addition to dining in the exquisite hand-crafted structure, you experience exceptional food, service and don't miss the teas!

    by mustangsally, 7/21/07
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    Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse Review

    Whenever we go to Boulder, we stop at the teahouse. It is such a unique place - the beautiful carved walls and poles - and ceramic tiles. I especially like the Boulder Tangerine tea. Very unique! Definitely worth checking out.

    by cbird, 2/12/11

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