First things first - this is a great restaurant. Extremely high quality food, great service, fantastic atmosphere. Find yourself surrounded by Russian speakers eating delicious aubergine stuffed with walnuts and herbs; try the tradition walnut sauce or eat the giant dumplings the traditional way with your hands. The Khachapuri (wonderful stone-cooked flat bread stuffed with cheese) is very addictive, the plum sauce (with beautiful sizzling pork) is tangy and delicious. Don't forget to try the walnut cake - you will not regret it! The staff are lovely too - passionate about Georgian food, keen to make recommendations and very attentive.
Really importantly, if you don't know about Georgian food, you are in for a real treat the first time you try it. Georgia is a country found at the cross-roads of the world, between Iran to the South, Russia to the North and Turkey to the west. As such it has the most extraordinary influences from all of them... it really has to be tried to be understood.
Visit Tamada, it may just become your favourite restaurant too!
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