Resto-Guide - Limonarium

In Batumi, from the noise of Chavchavadze Street, in the restaurant “Limonarium” you will suddenly find yourself in a quiet, cozy, cool, green yard and a beautiful alley and a house hidden in lemon trees. For those who like taking photos, there are many mirrors and beautiful picturesque places both in the interior and exterior. “Limonarium” offers its guests a modernized, interestingly resolved Georgian cuisine, dishes prepared with high quality products, a diverse bar with original drinks. “Limonarium” is a family business of a young couple.

“I have spent half my life in this house since my childhood. Here a large, noisy, hospitable family lived happily for many years. Then we changed our address. When the idea of ​​opening “Limonarium” occurred to us, I tried to restore previous atmosphere - I wanted each guest to feel like in a large, generous, hospitable family, a place where they are honored, much respected and are happy with your joyance and pleasure. I think we succeeded in it. “Some of our guests used to say that they feel themselves returned to their childhood as soon as they enter the restaurant and that was our goal - to create a warm and a little nostalgic place with delicious food and maximum comfort,” says Irakli Bakuridze.

Those who are interested in reading books have good news in “Limonarium” - as soon as you enter the yard, you will see the sign of everyone’s favorite store in Batumi “Books in Batumi”. The closure of store of Irakli Bakuridze and Marie Korinteli a few months ago broke the hearts of many book lovers, and now the “Books in Batumi” has found its house in “Limonarium” and is waiting for a loyal reader.

“Our bookstore became famous due to polite, relevant and warm welcoming, which does not leave indifferent anyone and thus the guests have desire to come back again and again. Our greatest wish is to transfer this experience, this spirit in “Limonarium”. Each member of the team works very hard for “Limonarium” to become a symbol of quality as “Books in Batumi”, and to have equally perfect dishes, bar, desserts and services.” - Mariam Korinteli