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“Good food in a relaxed atmosphere ”
Review of Khachapuri

Khachapuri
Ranked #31 of 13,998 Restaurants in Moscow
Certificate of Excellence
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Breakfast, Dinner, 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 July 20, 2014 via mobile

'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.

2  Thank Gavin C
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Reviewed July 20, 2014

It's the best place in Moscow to try out Georgian food. Prices are affordable, stuff is simply great, and don't miss their famous khachapuris, it's fantastic! It gets overcrowded on weekends and friday's evenings, but still worth a visit. Tolik the sheep is one adorable animal you can even touch and talk to there.. that sheep is travelling from place to place, so if you don't want to miss him out, check its facebook account to be sure where exactly sheep is.

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Thank KennyFP
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Reviewed July 1, 2014

It’s a great place for a Sunday lunch with family and friends. I have visited the place a couple of times already and tried several dishes on the menu – which is extensive and inviting.

Recommendations include the Khachapuli – Cheese stuffed bread, any of the lamb dishes and the awesome minty lemonade to wash the food down.

Do be watchful when ordering in English though – they mix up the dishes since none of them seem to be fluent in English. It is a real pity though since the expat crowds usually throng the place.

Never – visit the place without a reservation or be prepared to wait 30+ minutes. Of course, once you are able to locate it!

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Thank MaxTraveller1
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Reviewed June 23, 2014

A little difficult to locate...Walk down towards left of the kievskaya Metro and right inside the park is a small (overflowing with people) even on a weekday. Excellent menu suggestion and really good Georgian food - spicy and tasty - quite like indian food. Worth a try for sure. Inside is stuffy though. We were lucky to get a seat right in between the outside open area and the inside of the restaurant. Best picks, that we ordered
1. Khachapuri bread stuffed with spinach and corriander (speciality there) - Very heavy but melts in the mouth.
2. Cold Starter - Green Salad with plums and nuts and chicken breast - Very very good. Sweet and tangy
3. Hot Starter - Vegetable sarma - quite nice and spicy with gravy. Kind of Indian taste. Very nice indeed

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2  Thank neetukar
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Reviewed June 21, 2014 via mobile

If you want to try the best Georgian food go to Khachapuri.
The waitress was very kind and helped us to choose fantastic dishes and drinks.
Everything we tried (10 people) was marvelous! Khachapuri with cheese, egg, meat, spinach; fantastic khinkali with meat and mushrooms, aubergines with nuts, chicken in nut sauce, kebab, meatballs.
You should try delicious honey-tart, sorbet made of pomegrenate and chocolate cake.
Home-made drinks are lovely! You should try tarkhun - made of natural herb!!! It is fantastic.
Hausewine is also worth recommending!

Thank Elzbieta B
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