Georgian restaurant Saperavi in Kyiv
A modern capital is a place of traffic, speed, buzz and noise. You will be surprized to find Mariinsky Park, a wonderful green spot and alternative to urbanization in the center of Kiev with its thickest concentration of buildings, transport and people. It’s a place where Kievans and guests of the capital can rest, relax and distract from everyday urban hustle. In this picturesque spot, near the Water Museum, you will find a new Georgian cuisine restaurant Saperavi.
The name of the restaurant reflects its upscale level. Grapes are the origin of Georgian cuisine. Grapevine has also become a symbol of the country, decorating ornaments, fabrics and crockery.
Saperavi is well known as the oldest kind of grapes. In Georgia it is valued as the best one for making wine; it stands out of other varieties with its delightful and inimitable taste.
Georgian cuisine is served in best Kievan restaurants.
Saperavi is an expensive and desirable variety of wine. Therefore, here in Mariinsky Park we welcome you in Saperavi Restaurant. If you’ve never been to Georgia or, the other way around, yearn to experience hospitality of this beautiful country again, become utterly absorbed in the enchanting world of Iberia ancient traditions.
Restaurant Saperavi Kiev on Grushevskogo offers you having a romantic dinner, celebrating an anniversary or a holiday feast in a large company, chilling with friends at a tableful in a cozy atmosphere, having a family celebration – even with children. A children’s room with a zone for playing and drawing is arranged here to make both your and your kids’ pastime unforgettable. This area interior breathes good old Tbilisi. Together with our animators, your kids will have fun while the adults taste superb masterpieces of Georgian cuisine.
Saperavi cuisine is exceptionally diverse and will satisfy the tastes of the most demanding gourmets. You won’t help yourself but checking out our chef’s specialty, river trout stuffed with spinach and salmon, seven kinds of shish kebab, amazing kubdari (Georgian meat pie), spicy khachapuri from the Adjar chef, hot meat and fish dishes sizzling on ketsi (a special kind of a red clay pan), lots of greens and – on top of it all – world renowned chacha or a widest breadth of classic wines. All food products including pickles, cheeses, spices and sweets are supplied principally from Georgia.