That's THE place to get yourself loaded up on local cuisine. We went there on the last night of our trip. Try the khinkales, katchapuris etc, but beware - the meals are big. Don't try to eat more than 3 khinkales, if you plan to eat anything else. Also, the house wine is superb.
All-in-all it's a really must-visit place.
We were two people - male and a female. We ordered 10 khinkales in-total. 2 of everything and katchapuri (which is a bread covered with cheese), 2 Borjomi waters, 2 Colas and 3 liters of wine.
We ended up paying 44 GEL (about 19.5 euros) for it all!
That is with 10% service charge included.
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