This place calls itself a café, but people (especially foreigners) normally refer to it as to a restaurant. Situated in the labyrinthine backstreets of a prestigious central Moscow district, it is known for its cheap, unpretentious food and good service. Fresh khachapuri Georgian bread filled with cheese), vegetable and meat dishes and various Georgian starters are complemented by Georgian wine and a selection of other drinks. Its liberal atmosphere, reasonable prices and bring-your-own-alcohol policy make it a popular place with students. On some evenings, you can witness a celebration of a Georgian wedding or other family events with all their accompanying attributes such as toasts, Georgian music, singing and dancing. Private rooms are available.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM
- Feature: Trendy
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard
- BYOB Allowed: Yes
- Nearest Train: Park Kultury, Frunzenskaya