Discover Restaurants offering the best Georgian food in Shatura, Moscow Oblast, Russia. Shatura (Russian: Шату́ра) is a town and the administrative center of Shatursky District in Moscow Oblast, Russia, located on Lake Svyatoye 124 kilometers (77 mi) east of Moscow. Population: 32,885 (2010 Census); 30,393 (2002 Census); 31,635 (1989 Census).
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4 based on 115 reviews
Here at Hachapuri, we pride ourselves on our inexpensive, simple yet stylish eatery with delicious, no-fuss food, hand-made to the highest quality with the finest fresh and seasonal ingredients.
This chain provides the best quality Georgian food in Moscow. It does not look fancy , but very busy and th quality of authentic Georgian food is excellent. My favorite is tarragon lemonade ( tarkhoon)Khacapuri and khinkali are fantastic. Reservations is a good idea.
4 based on 178 reviews
I donât know much about Georgian food and thus wonât be able to judge how authentic it was. But food here was tasty and of high quality.Service was good and friendly. It also has menu in English.I kind of like the atmosphere. Comfortable and relaxing. Price was reasonable.Thank you very much!
4 based on 206 reviews
"Rumka vodki Leps" - the right glass in the center of Moscow. 50 varieties of vodka, 30 tinctures, Soviet classic snacks and an average check for 800-1000 rubles. The ease of being is acquired here!
Excellent place to have a quality meal with friends or family. The restaurant's interior brings you back to the USSR. The menu consists of a variety of good/tasty traditional Russian dishes and the restaurant has an impressive choice of Russian vodka. The selection of nastoyka is also not bad. Decent prices and good, quick service is also a big plus.
4 based on 802 reviews
âKhachapuriâ is a city cafÃ© with Georgian food, it is the cafÃ© 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
Now that spring/summer is here there is a lot more seating room as they've put seats out on the front porch. I love it when they bring out the book with a photo of everything on the menu, and descriptions in both Russian and English. Thank you for feedback! Hope to see you again!
4 based on 244 reviews
Great food and staff. Easily one of the best of this kind of food. In summer itâs terrace is wonderful
4 based on 262 reviews
Sakhli is a Georgian restaurant in the heart of Moscow in Tsvetnoy Boulevard area. The menu comprises dishes of traditional Georgian cuisine along with some in-house specials. Atmosphere is quiet and music is never too loud. At some nights, there is a smo
After reading all the reviews I expected to be wowed. Didnât happen.Mainly service was an issue. English menu was missing a lot compare to Russian, but even that one of us is able to read and understand it was hard to figure out what to order, as most of names are traditional Georgian dishes. So we asked the waiter what would he recommend: waiter started to read menu to us hahaha which didnât help. I asked again: whatâs popular? What is your signature? He said everything is good. Ordered food ( wayyyy to much for 2 people), again he failed to mention that can feed 3 people with one main.Then moved to deserts: in menu it says variety of pahlava ( pretty much the only thing we were familiar with) I asked him about what kinds do they have today. He asked me to stand up ( Iâm 8 months pregnant) walked to some little dessert table and said: walnuts and honey. Why he couldnât say it next to the table is a mystery to me.
4 based on 1352 reviews
Enjoyed a very good evening meal here. Th Georgian wines are reasonably priced and very good. We had booked a table on-line and received confirmation. Our table was waiting for us as was a very warm welcome. A menu in English was provided for us which had photographs of the dishes which we found very helpful. The food and service were very good. Thank you for feedback! Hope to see you again :)
4 based on 275 reviews
The place becomes must-visit if you decide to have Georgian food and don't like to make it another-posh-tourist-attraction. The place actually is pretty basic: don't be surprised with how it looks and how local guests look like. To tell the truth, I was hesitating to visit it first time. But it appeared to be a safe place with tasty food, which makes me to eat here from time to time. I do it with pleasure. I would not go there from the other side of the city, but definitely recommend it if you appear to be in the area. Leonid P, Thank you very much for your review, we wait for you again in Lamazo!
4 based on 328 reviews
Tkemali - Georgian restaurant in the center of Moscow. We offer variety of vegetables and meat cooked on fire, delicious bread, exceptional spices and sauces. In addition, Tkemali offers guests a traditional Georgian set for two, happy hours and special o
Had the best meal here and wasnât overly expensive and just a short walk from the Ararat Park Hyatt that really highlights the Georgian cuisineMark! Thank you for your review! If you still in Moscow, come to us again!
4 based on 408 reviews
A new project of the restaurant group Guliani Group - gastrobar Megobari. Here, in a wooden oven, various kinds of Adzharian khachapuri with fillings for every taste are prepared; khinkali do according to ancient recipes - from chopped meat, in the hall t
We really enjoyed ourselves immensely. The service was excellent. The atmosphere was delightful. The food was delicious and reasonably priced. The wine list was extensive. There were some good values based on Moscow pricing which is comparable to Paris. It's hard to get a decent bottle of red wine for under $30 grin and bear it.Thank you so much for such nice words!
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