Megobari is the first place in Moscow with a wine list composed entirely of Georgian wines. The name of the bar translates from Georgian as "friend" and it is meant for friendly gatherings with good wine and cuisine. It is no coincidence that one of the walls is decorated with a painted portrait of two friends, "megobrebi", at a table with wine and khachapuri in their hands.
The wood-burning stove occupies the main place in the open kitchen. Baking in Megobari is managed by Tamaz Oragvelidze, who made Tbilisi Funicular Cafe famous for its custard donuts and crispy Adjarian boats. Now all this is also done in Moscow, and also Mingrelian and Imeretian khachapuri and homemade flatbread are baked in the oven.
The second most important thing on the menu is khinkali with various fillings, among which are not only the traditional beef and pork, but also chakapuli, cheese, mushrooms and chicken. Of no small importance is also the brazier that grills kebabs, lulas, as well as trout and a whole seabass.
The wine list has eight dozens of positions, featuring the best Georgian brands. In addition to red, white and rosé, there is the orange wine, aged with pulp, which is so popular today.