That’s the name of a town in Kyrgyzstan. It’s unusual to have a name with no vowels, in English, anyway.
This article from Roads & Kingdoms describes a Muslim minority group, called the Dungans, who live in this part of the world.
The article is about more than food — we learn about their agriculture based society, as opposed to the traditional Kyrgyz culture which is nomadic for example, and we learn that the Dungan tradition is to marry only other Dungans, but that has changed recently to ensure their survival — but some of the quotes I liked best are about the food culture:
“(They) consider cooking to be a work of art, the dining table a blank canvas that must be completely filled, always with an even number of dishes.”
“The greatest insult you can give a Dungan women is to call her food untidy.”