Good quality Georgian food including a few options I'd not seen before. Portions sensibly sized rather than the enormous I'd experienced elsewhere. Extensive wine list too.
Service was normal for Georgia - ie a bit sluggish - but also a bit on the snooty side too.
This was by some stretch the most I'd paid for a meal in Georgia (50GEL for two courses and a glass of wine). Not expensive by Western European standards but maybe a bit more than people might be used to spending in the region.
For people struggling to find the place as I did, it's just to the east of the Sulphur Baths, set back from the main road.
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