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We serve delicious Georgian food. Menu consists of most popular Georgian dish like Khinkali - Georgian dumplings stuffed with meat, Khachapuri - flat bread stuffed with cheese, various type of fine meat, barbecue and of course Georgian wine :)
$5 - $10
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Eastern European, Georgian
Takeout, Reservations, Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Cash Only, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
One of the best Georgians in Wro, even if quality can sometimes be a bit varying. It's still very decent, but not as good as a couple of years ago.
Still 100% worth a visit (quicker than a flight to Georgia anyways)
Very good food. Although there was an issue with their oven, the waiter handled it very professionally and asked us to choose other dishes after apologising. He spoke English well. I highly recommend this restaurant !
We love bringing visitors here. The food is excellent quality and interesting and we've come to crave the flavors from time to time. Its specially nice during cold weather. A bit pricy compared to other local haunts, but worth it!
We were a group of 6.
Arrived at the restaurant by car. Plenty of parking spaces.
The restaurant is on two floors. We were seated on the first floor.
It has simple plane decor. Unfortunately it was cold. They have a small heater but totally...inadequate for the area.
We were given the menus also available in English which was great.
Ordered a variety of dishes from khinkali which we shared one each. To be honest its very nice but very rich hence one is really enough just to try. We also ordered the cheese kachapuri, again one segment each was more than enough. Lots of cheese and butter very Moorish.
For main course we had a variety of the casserole dishes and the bbq pork.
Cannot fault any of the dishes. Each was excellent.
My disappointment was two fold.
One: they apparently run out of the red house wine. This is really inexcusable.
How on earth can you not have the main wine in stock?
Two: No deserts!!!! Again, totally unforgivable.
This was a Sunday afternoon which is probably one of their busiest days.
The service was good and attentive. Waiters spoke English which was a bonus.
We really enjoyed our food but only gave 4 stars for keeping a cold place and lack of wine and deserts.
Apart from that we will certainly return.
Hopefully they will read this review and act on it.More
This is the best Georgian restaurant I have been at.
Everything is fresh the chinkali and the hachpuri had the perfect dough.
I highly recommend it to Georgian food lovers or for ppl that would like to try it.
The service is great.
First of all, book a table. We arrived just as a group were leaving so took their places then spent the next couple of hours watching people getting turned away because of lack of space. The service was friendly but professional, the food delicious and...the wine excellent. My advice would be to share some of the speciality Chinkali dumplings as a starter - 2 or 3 per person with a mixture of meat and cheese, then order one of the main courses as well for a bit of variety. The chicken in spicy sauce was delicious. We asked for the dry red wine, but they didn't have any and suggested the semi dry - I can't remember the name but it was superb. A brilliant place to eat right in the centre of town.More
Food tasty, nice homely atmosphere.
Staff very helpful and welcoming, offered information and guidance with a menu we weren’t sure what to choose from (without having to ask!)
You can watch one of the chefs on display make the Georgian style cuisine.
Menu a good...size, not too big.
Only negative is that it’s a little claustrophobic and when people came in to sit around us, it did feel a little like our personal space was being invaded.
Defo book if you’d like to go as we were turned away the first time!More