The waitress very hepfull and profesional recomand as the best of the house. Indeed it was! Highly recomand the placel
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The place is magical, beautiful atmosphere and decor. We ordered the steak and the salmon, and apple pie with a bottle of white wine. All were excellent, and the staff were helpful and friendly.
The restaurant is a bit hidden, the one thing that gives it away is the dinner party painted on the garage door leading to the house/restaurant. We were lucky enough weather wise to eat in the lovely garden. The food is home made Georgian, nothing...More
My friend and I ate here twice during our stay in Tbilisi. Shavi Lomi is homely and offers a wide range of authentic Georgian cuisine at a reasonable price. The service on both occasions was great and on the second visit when the restaurant was...More
Nice place but very similar to a bunch of others in town and the prices are on the higher side. Plus, I was really surprised to see 18% added to the bill for service. It's 20% in the US, which is the highest in the...More
It was good but a lot of bread and cheese, which is typical Georgia cuisine. You can get the same fair at any of the other Georgia restaurants in town.
It is hidden gem in an old residential neighborhood! Only reason I gave 4 starts, is that we had to wait too long time to get our order. Waiter brought one appetizer 1st when we ordered three...2 others and bread came even later. In overall...More
Off the beaten path restaurant on a dark and gritty street across the tracks. Cool decor, nice patio, friendly cats. Eclectic nouveau multinational crowd, ambient jazz fills the air. I had the pan fried chicken and grits with a walnut sauce. Chicken was super dry....More
After the good reviews, I was disappointed. I have visited Georgia many times for work, but it was my first time at this place in Tbilisi. OK, so there’s a kind of mild Bohemian atmosphere. But with poor service and only average Georgian food (for...More
We've eaten in a lot of places in Tbilisi and this one has to be the most overrated. You walk in and staff look at you as if you've just arrived at a funeral wearing a wife beater. The food was okish but we didn't...More