Tucked away in a quiet alley off of Moscow's ritzy Tverskaya street, this upscale but simply furnished Georgian café is a favorite with hip Russians and expats. Try the khinkali, large meat- or vegetable-filled dumplings, or the different types of khachapuri, a cheese pastry that's served with eggs, meat, or vegetables. The grilled vegetables and the many choices of kebabs are excellent, as are the stewed lamb, which is served with spices and broth, or the tender and fragrant Batumi-style beef, wrapped in a special kind of paper and then baked. The children's menu has such all-time favorites as macaroni-and-cheese. During the warmer summer months, an outside terrace is open.