Moscow
Plyushchikha str., 58, bld. 1/a
tel. +7 (985) 761-66-36
Mon-Sun: from 12 pm until 12am

«This is my Georgian restaurant» – says its owner Tina Kandelaki. And adds – «hopefully, it's yours too»

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Authentic Georgia and modern Europe can co-exist in one place, in harmony and unity, complementing each other. The interior design is dominated by natural rock and wood, there are Georgian carpets and comfy bright sofas on its floors, the atmosphere is livened up by a lot of greenery and flowers, birds are chirping all over the place – all this creates the feeling of home-like coziness and Caucasian hospitality.

Important detail – there are practically no chairs at the Tinatin, only comfy lounges and sofas. Everyone feels cozy and comfortable here, including children – every Sunday the restaurant hosts amusing games for them with animators.

The menu consists of fragrant and spicy dishes of Caucasian cuisine with Megrel overtones – so fondly loved by Muscovites. The restaurant’s owner took direct part in it – most of the dishes are made upon recipes of Tina’s mother. Aside from fragrant Satzivi, Lobio and Khachapuri, there’s a special dish from Kandelaki herself – “Tinatin rolls”, which will be loved by those who look after their build.

The important difference of the Tinatin from many other Georgian restaurants in Moscow is that the majority of main courses are served on Ketzi (traditional clay pan without a handle), which significantly improves the taste of Caucasian meals. The restaurant’s wine list, split into parts on the density principle, deserves a special mention too. And, last but not least, you could treat yourself to a piece of the most tender “Napoleon” cake or juicy Pakhlava with tea for the dessert.

“Georgians are always obsessed with two passions – love and food, and I cant say that food looses this battle” – says Tina. She hopes that the Tinatin will become the favorite place for business meetings, friendly parties and an ideal family restaurant, because children are likely to enjoy this place.
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The menu consists of fragrant and spicy dishes of Caucasian cuisine with Megrel overtones – so fondly loved by Muscovites. And The restaurant’s owner took direct part in it – most of the dishes are made upon recipes of Tina’s mother. Aside from fragrant Satzivi, Lobio and Khachapuri, there’s a special dish from Kandelaki herself – “Tinatin rolls”, which will be loved by those who look after their build.

The important difference of the Tinatin from many other Georgian restaurants in Moscow is that the majority of main courses are served on Ketzi (traditional clay pan without a handle), which significantly improves the taste of Caucasian meals.
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