MOSCOW: Legendary Aragvi Re-Opens

MOSCOW: Legendary Aragvi Re-Opens

The legendary Georgian restaurant Aragvi has re-opened in its historical location on Tverskaya Street in the centre of Moscow.

The restaurant has nine dining areas, each with its unique ambience, including some medieval chambers dating back to the 17th century which were not part of the original restaurant in 1938 but were discovered as a surprise during the recent restauration works. According to the architects these chambers are among the largest and best preserved ancient dwellings in Moscow.

Aragvi's menu features the Gerogian classics, prepared to perfection. Proudly presenting the cuisine of the entire Black Sea region, Aragvi's head chef Alexei Zenin is aiming to reveal all its authentic flavors in a manner that suits today's taste.

For more information and bookings, please contact our office in Moscow.