The Genatsvale Restaurant is situated in the very centre of Moscow in the famous Old Arbat Street.
Passing through the entrance in the form of a huge clay jug, you come into old Tiflis, bent stone-paved streets, wooden verandahs, cosy court yards where they cook chacha and dry linen, the wheel of a watermill is turning round slowly and fish splash in a stream. Soft light is coming from in the windows, and wind scatters the curtains. Old things - utensils - specially brought from different villages and small towns add to the atmosphere.
Capacity of the Genatsvale Restaurant is 200 seats.
Georgian. In the Genatsvale Restaurant it is worth tasting the most famous of Georgian dishes: satsivi and eggplants with nuts, lobio and mamaliga with cheese, harcho-soup and chashushuli, kupati and khachapuri. All these dishes are cooked by a charming Georgian cook who speaks with the real Georgian accent.
Certainly, the impression of meal will not be complete without the well-known Georgian wines. Kinzmarauli and Mukuzani, Ahasheni, Khvanchkara and Saperavi have absorbed the sun and the air of Georgia, smells of valleys and hillsides and as nothing else emphasize the original taste of national cuisine. Here it is possible to taste elite family wines of the rare native grapes of Imerti and Racha Lechkhumi regions. The restaurant offers that rarely to find Saperavi produced according to the ancient Kakhetinsky recipe with grape bunches in the jug.
In the evenings the connoisseurs of Georgian songs come to the Genatsvale Restaurant. The male ensemble sing the ballades very sincerely and beautifully. The guests are welcome to sing and dance, too.