Samarkand's beauty was remarked upon by Alexander the Great and was once at the forefront of astronomy and science. The branding and interiors hark back to this golden age and are inspired by these discoveries and architecture of the time, balancing authentic materials, colours and craft in harmony with contemporary London style. 



“Uzbekistan-inspired restaurant Samarkand is brimming with unique and charming design details. Hexagonal tables surrounded by hand-carved columns open onto a striking blue-back exposed kitchen, and delicate chandeliers emulate the starry skies above founder Sanjar’s childhood home.”

The Stylist, Britain’s most striking restaurants