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Myself and my family arrived at quarter to 10 for supper . We were welcomed by a smiling young waiter with great English and by two remarkable musicians . The food was delicious and the portions were a perfect size . I recommend the house...More
I would like to say that my favourite cafe is "palaty".This place makes me feel so comfortable.There is urban kind of music.What about stuff,they are so polite,funny and also good-looking.The main reason why I love this cafe is that they have the most delicious food,tasty...More
The atmosphere and decor is great, the staff was very friendly, helpful and spoke very good English. Some food was great (stuffed aubergines), some not so great, but still good (potatoes with mushrooms). We tried some of the most expensive wines in the menu as...More
The first place we visited on our short stay in kutaisi, & it turned out to be in of the better places we ate. Traditional Georgian dishes were nice,& the waitress knew English so she could explain the dishes. Nice ambience &service, as well as...More
We had only georgian food but they have also other dishes. Everything we order was very tasty, included wine (try Palaty one, is super!). Well, we are three italian childwood friends so as you can imgine we are noisy and drinking people. We remained in...More
We went to Palaty for dinner. The place is really warm, we had quite a few dishes, which were really good and tasty. The restaurant is cosy and it plays live music. The only con i would mention was that the main dishes were not...More
In the centre of Kutaisi you can find this amazing place, so nice and cozy. Delicious food , friendly stuff and live music every evening . I was here with my friends we drank homemade wine and spent so good time : )
Hi, yes they spoke fairly good English and were very friendly in explaining what was in the dishes. The menu had dishes named in English too though their help in knowing what "Bean pot" was, for instance, was invaluable.