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Very pleased with the quality of food and generous amounts served, but most importantly the dishes,like nowhere else in Europe, are exceptionally delicious. You won't need traveling to Georgia to taste this cuisine because the best Georgian chefs work in Trakai. Restaurant owner and chefs...More
We went for a bite and a nice night in Trakai. Most lakeside restaurants were full, so we walked on.
We disovered this restaurant and decided to sit down.
The waiter spoke basic English and told us that we had limited choise, because they ran...More
We three British middle-aged guys have been to Georgia a few times and love the food. As we had had enough Lithuanian Fayre this would make a good change. Earlier in the (Wednes)day we had a Georgian lunch in Chacapuri near Vilnius Station. We felt...More