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I wanted to taste the Georgian food , more specifically a typical food called Khachapuri. I found with my boyfriend this little restaurant and it was really pretty. The Khachapuri was better than i had imagined.
We've found this place by accident and I'm really happy we did.
The food was really good, full of flavour, some spicy, but not overpowering. Loved my BBQ Lamb with baked potatoes, spicy tomato sauce and a salad. Lamb was juicy, great balance of herbs...More
We decided to revisit after visiting soon after it opened.
I had the Kharcho soup - palatable but a small bowl for 16 pln. I followed this with Ojakhuri - rather bland and again a smallish bowl. My wife had the chicken in garlic sauce...More
The taste of Georgia (the country, not the state) - and I’m sure you’re going to like it. Not only dishes that for most Europeans are quite exotic, but also the wine from the best wineries in the country. Great!
Although I have been in Georgia and have visited a lot of Georgian restaurants, I would still say that in the Chaczapuri adżaruli (Chaczapuri adżarskie) served in this restaurant is the best. Not sure if the picture can show my satisfaction, but believe me it...More
Good place if you want to have some nice Georgian dishes in Kielce.
Good kachapuri and good khinkalny.
Attentive and quick service plus a smile; go on like this.
The interior is simple, not an elegant place but the food is well made and presented....More
The restaurant was busy Saturday lunchtime. I was given a separate menu in English and the young waiter could speak English - nice in Kielce.
I ordered the flat bread stuffed with meat (pln 22.50) and thought about the baked potato with onion (pln 6)...More
During a short visit in Kielce, we found this place by accident and i am happy we did. The food was very good, we had chinkali and chaczapuri and red wine. The waiter was very kind to explain how chinkali should be eaten :) In...More