The first Moulin appeared in the yard of a synagogue in Old Tbilisi early 2010 and soon became a regular hangout for the local hipsters and creatives who loved to spend days and evenings in the cozy yard beside busy Kote Aphkhazi Street.
In 2016, the second Moulin opened the doors in the spacious yard of Fabrika onNinoshvili Street. It went for a similarstyle indécor, wooden furniture, pictures and Soviet-style posters on the walls.
The menu in both cafes is also the same: burgers, fries, sandwiches, soups, salads and craft beer are unbeatably good. Bottled Georgian beer, homemade wine, classical longs and shots are also popular among the loyal clientele, so if you feel like having a nice drink with friends, don’t hesitate to pop- into one of the Moulins. Note, between Thursday and Sunday it can be quite busy.
28 Kote Aphkhazi Str., Tbilisi
8 Ninoshvili Str., Tbilisi
599 09 32 39, 551 33 12 39
11:00 - 23:00