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“Really good restaurant ignore the silly bad reviews”
Review of Khachapuri

Khachapuri
Ranked #25 of 13,981 Restaurants in Moscow
Certificate of Excellence
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Dinner, Breakfast, Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Description: “Khachapuri” is a city café with Georgian food, it is the café with food free of any complications and banalities of national symbols. Here you would find neither plastic imitations of grapes on the walls, nor bundles of garlic hanging of the ceiling, nor a thick menu draped in leather with thousands of meals, nor the Tiflis style stone stairs. But you will always find fresh food, parties with lots of fun, hospitable hosts and mountains of delicious food.
Reviewed November 15, 2013

Great ambience is the first thing that strikes you you are greeted as nicely as you would want in a friends house tables full of families and couples having fun an accordionist in the background and very good food at a very reasonable price. One thing make if clear if you want food delivered in courses or it all arrives together. Highly recommended

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Reviewed November 13, 2013

We went to this place with another couple who, similar to us, are devotees of the Georgian cuisine, because we read (in Russian) rather favorable reviews. Out impression did not jive with the good tenor of those reviews.

First, the food, certainly, is not bad, but it is nothing to write home about. There were couple of standouts - adjapsandali comes to mind - but otherwise it was a bland version of good Georgian food that we used to have when those were the days, my friend. Nothing close to home cooking.

Portions were on the smaller side, Presentation was nice - rustic, sort of a tavern/konoba/lokanda type, but still, it did not make up for smaller portions.

The place was crowded and noisy, tables small and cramped. Georgian wines were in short supply and overpriced, chacha (if you know what I'm talking about) was conspicuously absent.

But if you fuel yourself at the start with enough vodka and have good interlocutors around the table, these shortcomings tend to fade away.

So, go and try it just for the sake of it.

Pricing, by Moscow standards, is reasonable.

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Thank NynyWanderer
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Reviewed November 12, 2013

Ate here last night with a work colleague. We both ordered and entre and mains. My main came at the same time as the entre and my colleague's main came 45 minutes later. We were not impressed especially when we kept asking when the food was going to be served.
The food tasted great, although the main dishes don't come with any sides, so ensure you order entres and request for them to be brought with your main as otherwise the mains are quite basic. the breads are the way to go at this place.

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Thank CondeTraveller
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Reviewed November 8, 2013

I ate a Khachipuri 4 times in 1 week! I loved the food and also the ambiance----except for the last night when annoying children ran around unsupervised but. . . .

It's not cheap but it's very good, very fresh, and the service is great. It's full of people having a blast----birthday parties, friends, young folks on dates, business people dishing about their colleagues.

It's with a 10 minute walk of the Ukraina Hotel (Radisson) and it's a great alternative to the expensive restaurants at Ukraina.

It's non-smoking. You probably need a reservation but I got lucky as a singleton and managed to get a table without one. But you won't see a lot of empty space here.

Often have live music which is played with more enthusiasm than actual skill but it all adds to the cheerful ambiance.

Not much English spoken but one or two servers have enough to help out. It's basically pointing at the menu which does have some English explanations. Wine is good, too.

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Thank gringa04915
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Reviewed November 2, 2013

I really like this place, and not just because it's just round the corner from our Moscow office. The decor is modern, and the atmosphere always warm and buzzing. There's a piano in the corner, and it does get played on occasions. And Georgian food is rightly famous for being good, and this place does it well.

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Thank Paul B
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