Musafir is owned by people who had this restaurant in Crimea until the peninsula was occupied by Russians. So in 2015 they moved their business to Kyiv and opened their first restaurant here. It quite soon became popular. I like this place because all the food it a mix between Georgian, Moldovian, Turkish and Mediterranean cuisines, and then the food itself is tasty for good prices.
The place is suitable for almost every occasion – from a date to a family dinner or business lunch. The food itself is quite simple: I mean, you shouldn’t expect French-style serving or high cuisine here. However, if you are not familiar with such dishes as pilaf (rice with meat), chebureki (fried dumplings with meat) or dolma, I highly recommend you visit this restaurant. Dolma was my discovery here and one of the best things to try.
Almost every time I come here it is quite busy and crowded with people, but almost every time there is still a free table available. Honestly, I don’t know how they do it. One of the places in Kyiv that has not dropped their level of food quality and serving over the years.