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Georgian
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Lunch, Dinner
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Reservations, Seating, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service

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Mount Kisco locals are rejoicing at the arrival of this impossibly delicious Georgian "kitchen" as well as the new culinary dialect that accompanies it...
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Bib Gourmand: good quality, good value cooking
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Reviewed May 29, 2022

To be honest this is the first time we have eaten Georgian food. After being a bit confused by the menu, as we didnt really know what anything was, we were served our food. Cant complain there really. 3 out of 4 meals were really...enjoyable. However avoid the small dumplings, they were not at all tasty and a good percentage of them were left. The choice of beers was very limited as well. Overall it worth a visit, whether or not its worth another visit is a different question.More

Date of visit: May 2022
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Reviewed July 17, 2021

We love Georgian cuisine as a family. When we found out that we have a Georgian Restaurant right here in Westchester, the trip was a must! We have tried Georgian Cuisine outside of Georgia in many places and it is hard to find real Georgian...food. This place was a real find! The food was great, authentic, and just like we remember it tasting in its region of origin. I think we tried everything from appetizers, to several main dishes, to delicious desserts to wonderful Georgian wine ( we had both, Separavi and Kingzmarauli). Our dining experience was excellent. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Very pleasant atmosphere. It is our new favorite spot in Westchester. Highly recommend it to both, those who are already tired and love Georgian food and those who would like to give it a try.More

Date of visit: June 2021
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Reviewed June 15, 2021

Our first visit to this restaurant was one big disappointment. Decor and service were OK, but food not so much. We liked appetizers and bread. Pork and Lamb from the grill had too much salt and pepper. Meat had smell, as it's not fresh and...we are couldn't eat it. Food is not authentic, because we came from Caucasus and know little about original meals. This restaurant do not deserve Michelin Award, as it claim.More

Date of visit: June 2021
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Reviewed May 30, 2020

This is a super authentic and oh so delicious, real Georgian restaurant in Westchester, Mt. Kisco. I was so pleased to happen upon this restaurant outside of Brooklyn. We had a meat stew which was perfectly seasoned, rolled eggplant and Khinkali which is a giant...hand-held dumpling. All was as delicious as the Georgian restaurants I used to frequent in Moscow and later in Brooklyn. The staff was friendly and efficient. I even got to stock up on my favorite plum sauce--Tkemali!! I highly recommend and definitely will be back!More

Date of visit: May 2020
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Reviewed February 23, 2020 via mobile

What can I say? Tasty, nostalgic and not overpriced. For those who have no no idea what Georgian cuisine is: do not hesitate, go, try and enjoy! Thank you guys for a good job. And thank you for new words in my husband's passive vocabulary:...khachapuri, chashashuli, khinkali.... I guess, he needs a bit of kindzmarauli to make all these words active in his daily life) P. S. Please, make one evening with real ethnic Georgian songs. Locals should definitely hear it Looking forward to visit your place again.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 19, 2020

My first time at this charming restaurant was a delightful treat. I had never experienced Georgian cuisine. The server Marie was friendly, informative and professional and described selections on the menu in such a way that I looked even more forward to the meal. I...was not disappointed. The wine Marie recommended was excellent, the Georgian soup was exceptional, wonderfully seasoned and delicious, and the Georgian salad a refreshing treat. The restaurant is pretty and relaxing. The staff is polite, friendly and understated. I plan to return with my family and friends but am happy to report this is certainly a very welcoming and comfortable place to dine alone. Kudos.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 9, 2020

Tried Georgian food for the first time. My wife and I started with the Adjaruli, a boat shaped bred with cheese and an egg in the center. This was wonderful. If you like fondue you will love it. For a main, I had Lamb Mvsadi,...perfectly done lamb chops. My wife had Chakapuli and she loved it. We had to take some home. large portions. Can't wait to return and try other dishesMore

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed January 5, 2020

I had our office party here on Jan 3,2020. I always like to try new restaurants and for Westchester County, this is a new type of cuisine. We ordered 3 appetizers, 3 main meals and shared a dessert. The portions were quite large. The food...was excellent with one minor exception. The dairy free dumplings were more like buns and a bit too doughy for us. Should be considered as Georgian buns. The food was tasty, some mildly spicy, but not enough to cause a problem with anyone present and surprisingly, the salt content was low compared to the flavor. I definitely plan on coming back in the future. Hope they stay in business.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed January 4, 2020

Excellent fine food, great service, cozy atmosphere. It was a real discovery, when we found this beautiful restaurant! I love it very much and will come back for many times again.

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed November 4, 2019

I'm so glad my husband and I tried this out on Friday night because the food was absolutely delicious and the service incredibly professional, courteous and friendly. Knowing close to nothing about Georgian food (other than sampling it in Tbilisi in the 80s when Georgia...was part of the USSR...which did not compare to this), we asked for recommendations and they were all fantastic. The Chikhirtma chicken soup was to die for good. It is one of the most unique and delicious soups we've ever had and we make a lot of homemade soup. Definitely order it. We had the Adjaruli cheese bread. It arrives at the table with raw egg in the hot cheese, and one needs to quickly stir it in to cook it. It was messy but wonderful. The table next to us ordered the Imeruli cheese bread which looked a little like a stuffed pizza, and we made a note to try that next time too. Next we tried the Khinkali beef & pork dumplings. We received 4 large soup dumplings which were much thicker and heavier (@2-3" dia) and spiced differently than Chinese soup dumplings, but yummy. Last we had the Chakapuli slow cooked lamb. It was incredibly tender with a unique flavor profile due to the herbs and greens used. While the desserts looked delicious, we were too full to try them. We finished off the meal by trying a glass of Georgian cha cha liqueur. If you like Poire William, you might like this even more. It was refreshing and not cloyingly sweet like many other liqueurs. There is a well-stocked bar that features a wide selection of wine, beer and cocktails, as well as Georgian specialties. Our server was incredibly helpful, patient in answering our questions, friendly, and professional. The only area I see for improvement is the ambiance. While the restaurant is clean and neat, the ambiance is a bit cold and harsh. They would do well to dim the lights, change the blue ceiling light to a warmer tone, perhaps add some tablecloths, and definitely add candles to the tables & bar....an easy fix that would make this a knock-out. We feel lucky that Mt Kisco has a new Georgian restaurant and we wish the owners much success. We will be back and will bring a group as there is plenty of room and the portions are generous and good to share family style.More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed October 27, 2019

The menu is very confusing. There is poor description of food and no way to tell which is an appropriate appetizer or entree. As a result, the food that we were served was very different from what we thought we ordered. We waited forever for...water. The service and whole experience was not too good.More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed October 7, 2019 via mobile

Like others, it was our first exposure, but won’t be the last, to Georgian cuisine. We tried the chicken soup, a salad with tomatoes and cucumbers, the Pkhali roll and the Lobiani. All were excellent with fresh ingredients carefully prepared. Portions are generous. Some ingredients...like the jonjoli flowers with the Lobiani were a revelation while others like the corn bread are familiar but with a twist. The walnuts were ground into a paste and appeared in the salad dressing and as stuffing for the vegetable rolls. Service was excellent, especially to be commended for the patience in explaining the menu. Definitely worth the detour. We’ll be back.More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed October 7, 2019

We recently moved to Mount Kisco and are enjoying trying out the many great restaurants there. We'd never had Georgian food before and decided to try Badageoni. We really enjoyed it! We had one of their signature cheese breads, a Georgian salad, two different lamb...dishes and one of the mini dumpling casseroles. For dessert, we got the Georgian version of panna cotta and a honey and yogurt parfait. Everything was amazing. We'll definitely be back.More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed September 22, 2019

This new restaurant is a welcome addition to Mount Kisco with an interesting cuisine that will be unfamiliar to most people. On the whole the food is quite good, though it is unclear whether the dishes are meant to be shared. The service was mediocre...at best. Not everyone at our table was served at the same time -- a big no-no for any restaurant. Several requests had to be made for water. The decor, which looks a little like something out of the 1970s (there is even a wall of plastic bricks), is unremarkable. However, given its good food, I think this restaurant looks promising.More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed August 24, 2019

This was my first time have Georgian food and it was truly a treat. This restaurant should do really well, as the quality is very good, the service is solid, and the prices are right. Be adventurous go in and treat a variety of dishes...and you will find that this is a fine dining establishment and you will find yourself a fan of Georgian cuisine. Well done.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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