The restaurant of home-style Georgian food was established by Tbilisi chef Solomon Dolidze — several years ago he moved to Moscow and decided to acquaint the Muscovites with the classics of Georgian cuisine. Today, Natakhtari is a small chain of cozy restaurants in the center of Moscow. The interiors reflect the spirit of Tbilisi restaurants: carpets on the walls, vintage armchairs and oak tables, and a scenic terrace overlooking the old alley opens in summer.
The menu features the highlights of traditional Georgian cuisine: khachapuri and khinkali, pkhali and chashushuli, odzhakhuri and shashlyk. All dishes are cooked following the classical recipes: khinkali are stuffed with pork, beef, mutton, and veal, shashlyk is served with fresh vegetables and lavash, and dolma is wrapped exclusively in the young grape leaves. Only two types of cheese — Imereti and Sulguni — are used for khachapuri. The wine list at Natakhtari features European and Georgian classics. The restaurant offers more than 25 wines, including Kindzmarauli, Saperavi, Khvanchkara and Vazisubani, as well as Kvevri wine made in clay vessels under a special technique.
Ask the concierge for a reservation If you are staying at the hotel.
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