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“Huge portions of deliciousness ”
Review of Shoti

Shoti
Ranked #24 of 2,498 Restaurants in Kiev
Certificate of Excellence
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 23 March 2018 via mobile

We treated ourselves to a “posh” meal to end a fantastic holiday and Shoti did not disappoint. The venue, service and food were all top notch. Word of caution though, the starters are huge! We could have easily 2 or 3 between the 5 of us and it still would have been too much (so one each was definitely excessive!!).

For starters we had Pigshead (the only fish we didn’t enjoy), dumplings, some kind of refrained beans filled bread, cheese pizza (or similar) and a goats cheese pate. For mains we had Shashlik, Lamb kebab and a traditional Georgian chicken dish cooked in a clay pot with cheese and garlic. Every dish as delicious as the next. We even managed to fit some pudding in!

All of that food plus drinks (soft and beer) plus a generous tip came to £20 per head!

Please beware they can’t split the bill into various card payments so if you are planning on splitting make sure you have cash!

Would definitely return.

Thank Bea M
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Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

Very original (or just not known enough) Georgian restaurant - delicious cuisine with good and tasty dishes: delicious rolls of eggplants stuffed with nuts, chachapouri - a bread with egg and cheese, much better eats and sounds -, and delicious grilled chicken. A nice choice of wine, including many from Georgia, to make a very ethnic and interesting meal.

Thank Scipion-Paris
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Reviewed 27 February 2018 via mobile

The food is not much different that what you’d get at other Georgian restaurants, but this is much more upscale and formal. Great wine list. Great bread; you can see the baker in action in the clay owen (which is heated by electrical coils...). Some special things on the menu though, like head cheese and tatar.

Thank frankolsendk
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

Excellent restaurant...Location, Food , Service and Atmosphere are Excellent. Probably the best Ukrainian/Georgian food in Kiev. Server Boghdan was very professional. Food was delicious and appropriate rimes. great ambiance - great for friends, couples or business

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Thank Deigs
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Reviewed 20 February 2018 via mobile

I am going to start with my famous phrase "There is nothing to argue about taste and smell" "one man's meat is another man's poison... It's my first time eating in Georgia restaurant in Kyiv I have visited Tbilisi a few times so Georgian food is not new to me .. In simple terms everything the three of us ate was rich in spices and every bit exploded with taste! The ambiance is tranquil and the fireplace adds a littel extra to the overall feeling. The restaurant bakes the traditional Shoti bread fresh and it's excellent! Total cost three personal five appetizers, three main courses drinks and coffee came to €113/$140 so enjoy!

Thank Ira N
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