This place is one of the most expensive places that we visited...Food was tasty but not fantastic for this prices, I recommend wallnut chacha and lamb ribs. I recommend this place. Just remember that it's expensive!
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The restaurant is a landmark place - cafe next to the famous puppet theatre. It is a local attraction too. the restaurant itself is nothing special, but the food is fine and the manager kindly led an excursion around the place. Worth coming to have...More
Lovely cafe just by the crooked clock tower. Dedicated to the artist Gabriadze.. you will find many decor inspired by his art work. Thoroughly enjoyed their lobiani and home made lemonade.. tried one of their speciality desert (grape pudding).. not my taste so won't comment...More
I love to go at Cafe Gabriadze. Mr. Rezo is from my hometown, Kutaisi and I'm so proud of that. Cafe is beautiful, food is as excellent and fresh as it should be. They seem to have a very good cook. Love the design of...More
This restaurant is beside the clock tower in Old Tbilisi. The food is very good and not expensive. The lemonade with tarragon is a wonderful option in a warm day. The kachapuri is delicious!!! A place not to miss in your stay in Tbilisi!
More of Georgian-fusion place, they serve high quality takes on traditional Georgian fare. The fried oyster mushrooms were very good and the fried chicken with pomegranate sauce also tasty. On the main tourist street next to the clock tower, so prices are going to be...More
Perfect café for all kind of occations. Nice brunch, lunch and dinner. Also deserts are outstanding. And the atmosphere close to Gabriadze Theatre is so cozy...
The restaurant is located in a pedestrians intersection next to Anchiskhati Basilica and Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theater. You have the option to dine outside or you can eat inside ,if the weather doesn't allow, next to big windows. Food was delicious, waitress speaks English. The...More
The cafe at the famous Gabriadze puppet theater on Shavteli pedestrian street is a representation in itself. Interior and details were invented by Rezo Gabriadze himself - an artist, writer and author of more than 35 films, among them "Mimino" and "Kin-dza-dza". Tables and chairs...More