Hachapuri is a contemporary and vibrant Georgian dining experience, with two restaurants situated in the heart of Moscow.
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.
But if you aren't familiar with the Georgian spirit, you might wonder what is so special about Georgian cuisine?
Georgian food is comfort food with a kick. The essence of Georgian cuisine combines culinary and cultural traditions with a passion for food and drink – to create a diverse and unforgettable feast of colour and flavour.
At Hachapuri our main focus is the food itself. We don't waste time on the spectacle - your meal won't be interrupted by folk dances performed by awkward dressed-up waitresses, you will never find plastic grapes on our walls, bundles of garlic adorning our ceilings or be given a fat folder of a menu filled with photos of the meals. Instead, at the heart of our restaurant lies a passion for fresh and seasonal produce, outstanding customer service and, most importantly, gastronomical excellence!
Aside from our namesake Khachapuri – a cheese-stuffed bread baked in a wood fire oven, our specialities include the famous shashlik kebab, Lobio - a spicy bean stew and Khinkali - stuffed dumplings - all of which are too good to miss!
Let's not forget about the drinks either - Georgian wine is believed to have been the first wine ever produced and needless to say these long traditions have produced some of the finest wine in the world today. We are proud to offer a range of fine traditional Georgian wines, as well as other excellent European wine, all of which beautifully compliment the Georgian cuisine.
We also offer many other traditional beverages - Tarkhun – a refreshing Georgian soft drink made with homegrown tarragon, Chacha - grape vodka, herbal teas, quince compote, fresh pomegranate juice, coffee brewed on sand, Izabella grape juice and of course Matzoni, a famous milk-based drink from the Caucasus.