'Khachapuri' is the name of both this cafe/ bistro and the Georgian flat bread. The cafe offers both courtyard seating and dining in the eclectic interior. Do note that business lunch sets are only served indoors, and these are really good value for money but exclude some of the more expensive mains.
The proficiency of English varies here but quite a few of the wait stuff could engage in simple English. There is also an English menu which always helps when everything else is written in Cyrillic.
We had the Khachapuri stuffed with pickled cheese which tasted really good freshly out of the oven. This was followed by the roasted poussin (spring) chicken in a garlic lemon sauce which was also really good.
Overall, affordable and good; A must visit in Moscow.
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