Madloba Lounge Restaurant & Event Location the very special place in the center of Berlin. Glamorous and fancy interior with the Fantastic service and amazing dishes. Event space for every occasion.
The Cuisine is the mix of old georgian traditions and modern fusion. We set a high standard for the food quality and ensure that guests receive the same quality with every meal. Serving quality food and high class service, makes our guests to return for repeat visits.
High-quality ingredients and an experienced cook serve good food consistently. our Chef understands the guests' needs and works well with the kitchen staff to ensure that guests receive their meal the way they ordered it every time.
our service staff are well experienced and maintain a positive attitude, always welcome and ready to help to choose the right dish and the best wine for your meal.
Madloba Family Restaurant is the place for the whole family. the ethno style Interior design represents the old Georgian traditions and lifestyle. Situated at the crossroads of East and West, Georgia has fallen within the orbit of many cultural influences and empires. One of the earliest Christian civilizations, Georgia has endured its share of invasions and Georgian cuisine is well reflective of its past. In the times of peace, as merchants carried goods and spices along the Great Silk Road, Georgians embraced new seasonings and methods, adopted and incorporated foreign ingredients and styles into their own. Throughout the centuries, Georgian food has been influenced by the Mediterranean world, Arab and Mongol Flavors, Persian and Ottoman kitchens, the link stretching as far as Northern India. Today’s Georgian cuisine is a rich interplay between Mediterranean and Middle Eastern tastes. Georgian Food and wine culture is best observed through georgian "SUPRA". a wide array of assortment of dishes always accompanied by large amounts of wine, lasting several hours.
Genazvale is the traditional Georgian cuisine restaurant. The word Genazvale is translated from Georgian as a "very close person, even closer than friend".
The Georgian cuisine is unique to the country, but also carries some influences from other Caucasian, Eastern European and nearby Middle Eastern culinary traditions. Each historical province of Georgia has its own distinct culinary tradition, with variations such as Abkhazian, Megrelian, Kakhetian, Imeretian, Svanetian, Pshavian, Tushian, Kartlian, Gurian, Meskhian, Rachian and Adjarian cuisines. Rich with meat dishes, the Georgian cuisine also offers a variety of vegetarian dishes.Georgian cuisine is the result of the broad interplay of culinary ideas carried along the Silk Road Trade route by merchants and travelers alike. The importance of both food and drink to Georgian culture is best observed during a feast called supra, when a huge assortment of dishes are prepared, always accompanied by large amounts of local wine, known to be one of the world's oldest wines, produced in ancient authentic Georgian underground kvevri clay pots (dating 8 century BC). In a Georgian feast, the role of the tamada (toastmaster) is an important and honoured position.