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I spent 2 months for work in Tbilisi back in 2015 and was able to wat a lot of wonderful food.
This restaurant in Wroclaw was excellent. The dishes I tried were identical to what I had eaten in Georgia
We were able to sit outside which was lovely, given it has been such a sunny day. We shared a plate of khinkali to start. These are Georgian dumplings and were recommended to us by our waiter who also showed us the proper way to...eat and enjoy them. For my main, I had ojakhiri which was roasted pork with potatoes whereas my partner had the kubdari. The food was flavoursome and the portions were generous. The staff were also really friendly and more than attentive.More
A short walk from the spectacular Rynek, right beside the splendid AC Hotel and across from the paved park sporting several theaters and young people strolling and skateboarding, you will find this most welcome spot for fine and filling Georgian cuisine; part of a Ukraine-based...chain with three operations in Wroclaw and many more throughout Poland, the Baltics, Belarus, and Ukraine.
Dumplings come in many forms in cuisines ranging across the whole world – Latin America, Slavic, Indian, Chinese, Thai, and more -- and those from Georgia, called Khinkali, as prepared at Chinkalinia, are as good as any. Light, not at all gummy, and with just the right amount of yummy fillings, these dumplings – called House Specials on the menu – look like miniature old-fashioned change purses. They make perfect starters or as a main dish with an accompanying salad. We enjoyed them as starters. My wife’s came filled with smooth and flavorful, but not sharp melted cheese and mine came with minced meat and fragrant coriander.
For our main dishes, my wife ordered the Megrelian khachapuri – homemade flat bread stuffed with cheese -- and I ordered Chashushuli – a spicy beef stew. Both were excellent, however after the cheese dumplings my wife’s dish was too similar – kind of like a white pizza on a naan-like crust -- and she wished she had ordered one of the chicken dishes or the grilled mackerel. My stew came in a clay pot, brimmed with a rich flavor sparked with some but not too much heat and lots of meat. The flatbread accompaniment wasn’t necessary since I had plenty of my wife’s khachapuri to wipe my bowl clean, but without that, the bread would have been essential.
We loved the placemats which illustrate the right way to eat Khinkali – playful, fun, and helpful. I topped off my meal with a fine lager and my wife enjoyed a fresh lemonade (a bit too sweet, but refreshing). In all, a fine dinner in an enjoyable setting. Reasonable prices too.More
We ate dinner here because it was adjacent to our hotel and the outdoor seating was always crowded. The experience was just ok and we were not fans of the food, but maybe we just don't appreciate Georgian food. First, the lines to eat outside...took awhile, and you need to swoop in and grab a freshly-abandoned table rather than wait to be seated. We tried the khinkali dumplings, which were ok. (Xiaolongbao are way better!) We tried their homemade lemonade which tasted like diluted orange juice. The waiter told us that there would be a 45-minute wait for any of their dishes with the homemade bread, so we ordered chicken chachobili, which was described as fried chicken but tasted more like stewed chicken and was served lukewarm. We also ordered chashushuli (spicy beef stew) which was served too hot to eat. Neither dish was spicy.
The waiter was friendly, spoke English and provided English menus. The restaurant takes credit cards. Outdoor seating was great for people watching.More
I want to say that this adjarian khachapuri was the best. The dough filled with cheese, super soft, and addictive.
In the evenings there can be a line waiting for a table, but it’s a usual thing in Wroclaw- there are lines everywhere 😄
Try...khinkali as well- super juicy and tasty.
The salad with walnut paste was such a pleasant surprise- recommend it.More
Chinkali - first the size... 6 quite big pouches stuffed with georgian cheese. To it one you need to bite three times. They taste great. Then the salad - surprising combination of flavors for salad that is based on fresh cucumber anf tomato. The sause...that comes on top is thick in texture, cheese-eggplant-walnuts in taste... with a bit of onions... hmmm, nice! And then chaczapuri - flat bread stuffed with cheese again, baked with an egg on top. A very goeorgia-cheese experience. A place to cone again.
Service - hospitable and quick. Nice atmosphere, easy to get in, sit, sip coffee, talk with friend or family. Reasonably priced. Liked it very much.More