• Type: Restaurant
  • Cuisine: Caucasian
  • Av. Check: $$
  • Geo: Pionerskaya Metro Station, Udelnaya Metro Station
  • Specials: Babysitter, Breakfasts, Business Lunch, Delivery, Hookah, Kids Menu, Live Music/Show, Outdoor Seating, Parking, Playroom, Sommelier, Takeaway, TV, Wi-Fi

Restaurant Group:

Ginza Project

Opening Hours:

Mon.-Sun. 12:00 till the last visitor

For the people of the south, Mamalyga it’s not just a corn porridge. It means dinners with family, noisy feasts and traditional hospitality. Thus, the Mamalyga restaurants have accumulated the Ginza Project’s love for comfort, delicious food and the traditions of Oriental cuisine.

Our clay Tandoor oven – where homemade lavash bread is baked – large brick grill place and, of course, affordable prices will make you feel at home!

The most important thing at a family restaurant is to feed everyone – from adults to toddlers. By the way, the Ginza Project’s designers have created a unique children’s room for the latter at the Mamalyga restaurant – with a variety of educational games, a video projector showing cartoons and babysitting services on the weekends. The Mamalyga’s secret of success rests on the three principles: delicious, modern, affordable. We always use only fresh products, complemented by our cooks’ love for their work and the Caucasian hospitality.

For reservations please call +7 (812) 640 16 16 or book a table online

Visitors speak:

The menu offers many dishes ranging from salads and soups to Georgian meat stews. We ordered hachapuri (Georgian bread with cheese), eggplants and dolma (stuffed vine leaves) to start with. The “veal stew” was delicious. The only disappointment was the Georgian wine we had – a bit overpriced for its average quality, but I definitely recommend the restaurant and I’ll visit again.

Food is delicious, service is a bit slow, interior is nice. This restaurant is a part of Ginza Project, it can’t be bad.

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Rating: 8.0/10 (1 vote cast)
MAMALYGA, 8.0 out of 10 based on 1 rating

Established at

Jul. 2008



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