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The Best Georgian Restaurants in Moscow

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Contributor / Journalist
Updated: 6 November 2017
The modern Moscow area is undoubtedly the best place outside Georgia to try their rich, nourishing, spicy, and delectable cuisine. Why here? The answer is easy! In most cases, when you are visiting Moscow, the first thing you do is head to try Russian cuisine in one of the best restaurants in the city centre, but you’re not usually planning a gastronomic trip to Georgia right after visiting Russia. So, you can try these dishes right here in Moscow, where Georgian cuisine is very popular. The restaurants reviewed by Culture Trip represent a cross section of the best Georgian food Moscow has to offer.

Dada Cafe

Restaurant, Georgian, $$$
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Dada Cafe is one of the few typical Georgian cafés in the heart of Moscow with extremely modern and interesting patrons, which you’ll notice right upon arrival. The atmosphere, design, and vibe of the place – everything speaks for itself. Everybody talks art, music, and culture, and here you can enjoy good music and company. And surely their menu – yum. Get yourself some khinkali, spicy salad, and meat with a glass of Georgian wine.

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Patara Cafe

Cafe, Georgian, $$$
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Patara Cafe is perhaps one of the most popular Georgian cafés in town, located in the modern local Soho district – Patriarch Ponds. This area is already famous for its wide variety of restaurants, but this is the only Georgian one here. The prices in the café are fairly high, but it’s still worth visiting especially because of their extensive classic Georgian menu and wine list. Try all the best Georgian dishes right here, and don’t even try to limit yourself only to khinkali and wine – try some adzhika as well, and when ordering take into consideration that the second courses here are filling.
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Sahli

Restaurant, Georgian, $$$
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Sahli is one of the oldest and most traditional Georgian restaurants in the heart of Moscow with typical classic Tbilisi motifs in the interior. “Sahli” is a Georgian word and it means “home,” so that’s the key to understanding the atmosphere of the restaurant. The menu offers the most served classical Georgian dishes, as well as modern versions, such as their signature crayfish satsivi. In addition to the food, Sahli is also all about Georgian culture – the owners regularly host art and music events.
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Natahtari Cafe

Cafe, Georgian, $$$
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Georgian food 24/7? You’re in the right place. Natahtari Cafe is very popular among locals, and it’s open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and you’ll understand why. Guests like to come here because of the high-quality Georgian food and an extensive traditional menu, exceptionally good wine from local Georgian valley wineries, and definitely the service. Enjoy a fine dining experience, and have a nice conversation in the company of friends or relatives.
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