This is a nice Georgian restaurant but nothing remarkable. Everything was eatable but I have been to better Georgian restaurants. Although, if you happened to be around you might want to try it.
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I don't typically write reviews but thought that people should know that this cafe does not have a security which in our case caused one of our friend being hit in his face (impaired his vision and broke his nose) by a random drunk who...More
Saperavi Cafe is a nice alternative for those who love Georgian food and wine. The restaurant is situated a 2 minute walk from Belorusskaya train/metro station and well worth a visit. For those who prefer to drive paid parking is available next to the train/metro...More
Having never try Georgian food, I asked the waiter to suggest few things. Winner selected three items and all three of them were fantastic. I can't tell you what I had, besides shashliks, but all of it was really good. Only a short walk from...More
Great Georgian food. Perfectly spicy to weather winter in Moscow!! Staff was friendly, ambiance is pretty good. We had a business lunch there.
I didn't expect such a nice place from the outside. The food was great, we tried some recommendations by the staff and dishes we knew. Prices were very considerate. Quite casual and full of locals.
This is a supposedly modern take on Georgian food however while the restaurant did to a large degree avoid the much of the kitch the food was pretty standard Georgian dishes, however not very good. Service is pretty hopeless and any restaurant that runs out...More
Cute and cosy, this Georgian cafe is good value and we had the most wonderful waiters and waitresses. The food is delicious and there are menus with photos if you're new to Georgian cuisine. I study Russian at Liden & Denz, just around the corner,...More