The Chak-chak Museum is dedicated to the main Tatar delicacy.
The museum exposition, which keeps information about historical and cultural heritage, clothes, and even language, tells visitors in an interactive way about the history of the national dish.
The Chak-chak Museum is located in an old merchant's house on a historical reserve on an old Tatar settlement.
The Chak-chak Museum and its homely atmosphere offers visitors to drink some sweet tea from a samovar, try several kinds of Tatar desserts, not only traditional chak-chak, but also baursak and kak-tosh made from almonds (prepared according to the records of the Tatar educator Qayyum Nasyri). During the tea party the guests will learn how to cook chak-chak, and some secrets of cooking other Tatar dishes. Over a cup of tea, the visitors can immerse into the history and life of the Tatar people and learn a lot about its traditions and customs.
The museum also presents Tatar national clothes, which visitors can try on and photograph themselves.
The museum was opened in 2014. The idea of creating the museum was suggested by the married couple Dmitry Polosin and Ravshan Suleymanova.
Bus: Take number 1, 5, 6, 10, 10a, 23, 30, 31, 35, 35a, 37, 47, 53, 54, 56, 63, 65, 72, 74, 74a, 85, 91, or 99 to the Teatr Kamala (Kamal Theater) stop
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