London foodies, you are missing a trick if you don't try Iberia. Tucked away on the Cally Rd this little restaurant has great wines, delicious mezze and fantastic service. We ate the Badrijani (aubergine with walnuts and pomegranate seeds) and Lobiani (red bean-stuffed flatbread), with Ajapsandali (ratatouile) and Mstvadi (grilled pork with plum sauce and potatoes). All were delicious and the portions so large we struggled to finish! Georgian brandy and coffee were also excellent, and the OH managed to find room for some traditional Georgian cake, the Sigareti, or walnut roll. The servers were friendly, informative but not intrusive and the place was buzzing on a Sunday night. It's small, so maybe book in advance unless you're local like I am. I'm going back really soon.
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