I knew that Georgian People have GREAT heart, welcoming the guests, but when i had my dinner in this small restaurant, I realized it once more. our waitress was perfect to help us choosing the right staff as all of us were not so much familiar with all the food names, service was amazing, taste...mmmm, I cannot comment as even now when i remember I've hard times to open my mouth due to drooling :)
Try definitely "Khachapuri" ('megruli' style especially as it has several types) a pastry with Georgian cheese (which is another phenomenon!) served hot on a wooden plate.
Another must-try is 'shashlyk' (either pork or veal/chicken, hence for me it is 'pork') with house wine: dry red SAPERAVI, but be careful, you will fall in love with georgian wines!
The only minus was the ventilation within the restaurant, and after a while, it disturbed us, which can be easily avoided by sitting closer to entrance.
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