The restaurant is small but has a hearty fell to it. The staff (most of them are actually Georgians) are warm and helpful. The menu has a lot of choice, from Georgian pastries with cheeses to all-out meaty dishes. Food is fresh and authentic. The portions are large (don't plan on desert) and not expensive (by local standards). I highly recommend a bottle of Khvanchkara wine - a semi-sweet red wine that goes well with any dish you choose.
The place is off the beaten path for tourists, but definitely worth a taxi-ride away from the centre of Tel Aviv.
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