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Reviewed August 19, 2019

Mimino is one of the best restaurants in terms of quality/price category. When I go there, I am always sure that I will be satisfied with the food. Hachapuri in Mimnio is the best in Shymkent for sure. You can always enjoy live music and...hand made Georgian wine.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed June 7, 2019

Visited Mimino as part of a tour group staying in Shymkent. The interior decor is rather dark and follows the Georgian theme. The meal started well with the usual selection of salads and bread. However, instead of serving the main course as a series of...dishes, a selection of three choices were lumped together on a single plate. Thus we got a share of tasty lamb kebab, a slice of Georgian style pizza and a portion of beef caserole with vegetables sharing the plate. Each of these dishes should have been tasty, but served together they were confusing to the palate taking the edge off the individual flavours. (Pizza and caserole are not a good mixture!) More attention to presentation would have definitely improved my overall rating of this restaurant.More

Date of visit: May 2019
Reviewed September 16, 2017

A group of friends went on a Friday night for dinner. The restaurant was busy at 7:30pm with most tables already taken in the outside seating area. Reservations may be necessary for later times and large groups. The restaurant has added a lot of seating...both downstairs and upstairs. The service is efficient and friendly. We ordered the khachapuri (a pizza-sized crispy bread with oozing cheese inside = yum), several meat dishes, soko kecze (mushrooms topped with Georgian cheese) and shared dishes which is a great way to try several dishes if Georgian food is a new experience. There are also salads and shashlik (meat grilled on a skewer) on the menu. The menu is not in English, so use the photos, or an online translation to decipher the dishes on the menu. There are not a lot of vegetarian options, but there are side dishes of vegetables, or the khachapuri and a salad would do. The restaurant seems to be a local favorite and had live entertainment Friday evening with locals of all ages dancing.More

Date of visit: September 2017
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