Opening hours: 12:00 - 23:30
Number
of seats:
130 guests
Reservation / Booking: +38 (044) 485 17 52 +38 (067) 501 13 92 Mimino@karta.ua
Customer service: +38 (044) 502 22 22 info@karta.ua

“We’ll meet again. I think so,” - say the guests leaving Mimino restaurant. And it’s not just a quote from “Mimino”, the well-liked, wise, kind and funny movie by Georgiy Daneliya. It is a confession of love to the restaurant, the team of which has the profound knowledge of what is meant by the true Georgian hospitality and true Georgian cuisine with soul and character.

Mimino has been a favorite Georgian restaurant of the Kyivans since 1999. It is located at Podil, the cozy shady streets and low buildings of which are so reminiscent of the old center of Tbilisi. When you come into the hall, which looks like a quiet Tiflis courtyard, where an ancient tree grows just through the roof of one of the buildings and plashes of sunlight are reflected in the stained-glass windows, you feel that your are at home at last. Because the ancient Georgian proverb goes that a guest is a messenger of God. And here the tables are served for the guests on which dishes are composed in a poem: a tender suluguni with bunching onion from a small family Georgian farm; satsivi (walnut sauce) cooked from farm chicken with Imereti saffron; dolma in young grape leaves; juicy khinkali; hot chashushuli sizzling on an earthenware ketsa; shish-kebab just removed from chargrill...

Mimino is not only about food or harsh wine and Chacha (strong grape-brandy), which, as they should, flow like water here. Mimino is about the care and love which fill every part of this hospitable space. Manual labor is appreciated here: spices are grinded in a wooden mortar instead of blender, meat for khinkali is chopped by a sharp as a razor knife instead of meat mincing machine and dough for khachapuri is rolled out by hand instead of rolling pin. Guests are warmed here not only by an open fire in the fireplace and wine in glasses, but also by the unfeigned hospitality of the hosts. It is not surprising that Vakhtang Kikabidze and Giya Kancheli, the creators of the legendary film, speak about Mimino with such warmth. And what is more, it has been noticed that toasts proposed at our tables are sure to come true because they are sincerest.
 



 

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