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I wanted to try Georgian food for a while and Mimino was listed as one of the best in London. We weren’t disappointed. It was very, very good. Everything we ordered tasted fresh. It is rustic and feels authentic. The decor is a bit kitch...More
Hospitable and warm service. Enjoyed the appetizer platter which was delicious with the bread. Dumplings were tasty as was the kachapuri with egg/cheese. Veal And pork Shashliks were a little dry but otherwise an enjoyable meal
Food was below average.
The service started off shaky, but only got worse when we saw a bunch of mice scurrying about.
When we politely asked if we could have some form of compensation (as it's not unreasonable to expect a restaurant to be mice...More
Date of visit: November 2019
miminorestaurant, Owner at Mimino Georgian Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 11 November 2019
These 3 girls came quite late (after 9pm) on Tuesday 5 November. I was in the restaurant earlier that evening and personally checked that everything was in order there, but left by the time they came. As my waiter explained to me they were quite...More
I experienced several times good Georgian food in the former USSR republics, and Mimino is certainly at the top level amongst all these restaurants. We had some excellent vegetable meze (we understand why the owner recommended it), a gorgeous khatchapuri adjaruli (you can't miss it)...More
I stumbled across this restaurant while taking a stroll one evening. Enjoyed it thoroughly! The meal began with complementary brown bread, butter, and a shot of vodka. The borshch was tasty and surprisingly spicy. The khinkali (dumplings) were ample and flavorful. The beer (Lithuanian lager)...More
Traditional Georgian food with the most flavor-able tastes... The bread that you'd want to smell like a good perfume, and the wine that you'd want to drink like you're always thirsty....Would like to come back!
Having tried many different cuisines around the World we were tempted by the possibilities of Georgian food so found our way to a small establishment in a basement just off Kensington High Street on a hot Monday evening.
After being greeted and seated we were...More