Experience the epitome of Georgian Cuisine

Georgia is blessed with a Mediterranean climate and excellent produce and hosts some of the most tasteful and original eating habits in the world. Georgian cuisine is probably one of the most underrated cuisines in the world with flavours from the Mediterranean. They do a lot with fresh herbs, make great soups and other beautiful dishes. Kebabs made with charcoal and smoked. Compound salads are another strength, with pomegranates often occurring.

Get your dose of Georgian cuisine and culture!


Restaurant Kazbek combines one of the tastiest kitchens with an interior in the spirit of old Tiflis.

With a new and modern Georgian cuisine, Kazbek is bringing a bright and passionate cocktail of traditions and the modern kitchen on the plate.

This place is a mix of nostalgia and fun, yesterday and today, cult of food and life.Try dishes like the "Brotseuli" salad with tomato, fresh herbs and pomegranate sauce (720 rubles), the "Lobio" with red bean, herbs and spices (520 rubles) or the chicken "Tabaka" (980 rubles).

Address: Ulitsa1905 Goda 2

Metro: Ulitsa 1905 Goda

Phone: +7 495 651 81 00


"5642 Height" from Novikov Group is located on Bolshaya Cherkassky close to metro station Kitay-Gorod. The name of the restaurant itself refers to the height of the western summit of Elbrus, the highest point in Russia and Europe.

Seasonal ingredients are brought to the restaurant from the foot of this mountain range. The menu combines dishes from Adyghe, Circassia, Kabardia and Georgia and has been awarded as one of the most comprehensive collections of Caucasian dishes in Moscow. In the menu, you will find a selection of khachapuris (starting from 390 rubles) and an excellent variety of khinkali's such as veal or lamb (starting from 340 rubles).

For us the best khinkali's in Moscow!

Address: Bol'shoy Cherkasskiy Pereulok 15/17

Metro: Kitay-Gorod / Lubjanka

Phone: +7 495 624-93-21


Megobari comes from the Georgian and means as much as a friend.The Georgian wine bar Megobari on Ulitsa Maroseyka brings the authentic Georgian dining experience directly to Moscow and offers an eclectic variety of Georgian dishes including hand-made baked goods, meat stews, kebabs platters, as well as a wide variety of wines from the mountains of Georgia.

Their goal is to bring you the best from the mighty country of Georgia in a way that it will tease your palate and introduce you to a whole new cuisine.On the menu you’ll find like the eggplant rolls with walnut and spices 200g (390 rubles), Imeruli khachapuri (L 390 rubles XL 470 rubles), khinkali with beef (60 rubles) or Dolma with beef 200g (450 rubles).

Address: Ulitsa Maroseyka 15

Metro: Kitay-Gorod

Phone: +7 905 700-40-07


The restaurant is located in one of the most picturesque parts of Old Moscow, just a few steps from the Moskva River and the Kropotkinskaya metro station.

Elarji serves real Georgian cuisine. The menu is based on traditional dishes such as khachapuri, satzivi, lobio (340 rubles) and of course elarji (450 rubles), but the taste is quite different from the usual.The petting zoo outside the restaurant is especially popular with children.

Address: Gagarinskiy Pereulok, 15А

Metro: Kropotkinskaya

Phone: +7 495 627-78-97


Patara means small in Georgian and is also reflected in the size of the restaurant.This small and cute (around 40 seats) restaurant at Patriarch's Ponds, is the address for Georgian food in the neighbourhood. The largest part of this place is occupied by the kitchen.

Try the popular pkhali snack (390 rubles) with mixed vegetables, walnuts and spices on freshly baked bread or the chvishtari, fried cheese balls (390 rubles), served with a new twist on the traditional Georgian mint and yoghurt sauce.If you long for familiar Georgian cuisine, you can still order khinkali and khachapuri.

But you won't regret it if you’re ordering something new.

Address: Yermolayevsky Pereulok 7

Metro: Mayakovskaya / Barrikadnaya / Tverskaya

Phone: + 7 985 077-03-18


Inspired by the success of Patara Café on Patriarch’s Ponds, the younger brother restaurant Didi opened end of 2016.Restaurant Didi brings Georgian cuisine and a dose of Georgian culture and pride to Tverskoy Boulevard.

The cuisine offers a variety of dishes rich with herbs and spices.Dishes not only to nourish the body and mind but the traditional Georgian spirit as well.With a variety of fish, meat (such as Shish kebab from veal with potatoes and oyster mushrooms with pesto from tarragon 870 rubles) and vegetable dishes and of course the popular khinkali's, starting at 100 rubles per piece, Didi serves tasty food made with high-quality ingredients.

Address: Tverskoy Boulevard 14

Metro: Tverskaya / Pushkinskaya

Phone: +7 499 990-09-28


"Darbazi" in Georgian is a spacious room in the house where family and relatives gather for dinner. The restaurant on Nikoloyamskaya welcomes its guests into a truly cosy atmosphere with traditional rugs on the floor and walls, a fireplace and sofas where you can sit comfortably and sample genuine Georgian cuisine following the old family recipes of the restaurant owner was created.

Taste little Georgia in the heart of Moscow.

Address: Nikoloyamskaya Ulitsa 16

Metro: Taganskay

Phone: +7 495 915-36-32

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