Proud of its Georgian heritage, Marani Restaurant is a traditional, family-run establishment in the heart of Mayfair. Offering its own, contemporary interpretation of traditional Georgian ‘supra’ feasts, the restaurant seeks to hold a torch to the relatively unknown culture of owner Vato Machavariani’s home country.
Nostalgically classical, Marani has been decorated by a revered Georgian artist, sporting baby blue walls, rustic wooden floorboards and traditional murals and sketches. Such a setting creates a homely environment for authentic home-cooked delicacies on the Marani Restaurant menu, like khinkali dumplings, khachapuri cheese bread, and spiced broths. Dishes highlight Georgia’s Silk Road History, blending influences from India, the Middle East and France.
With a name that translates to ‘wine cellar’, Marani Restaurant in London looks to showcase Georgia’s flourishing wine culture, stocking wines that have been fermented in special ceramic jars underground. The first floor of the restaurant houses the late-night Cha Cha bar, a lively space serving traditional Georgian spirits.
Marani Restaurant has 2 private dining rooms and is a 4-minute walk from Green Park Tube Station.
54 Curzon Street, London, W1J 8PG
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