Nice place on the shore, opposing the Chardin, on the narrow renovated street, next to the hotel of the same name. Nice hall, great view from the cliff. Menu is more or less standard Georgian, food is also, more or less standard. Service OK, but not excellent - food is delivered in a strange sequence (hot appetizer 20 minutes after the main course). Famous russian salad (olivie) is as bad as anywhere across Georgia, veal in adjika is slightly better than average, odjahuri pork is not great either.
Excellent panorama windows are spoiled by the wide vertical window frames located exactly at the tables and wide horizontal beam exactly on the eye level of the seating guests - its amazing, how the designers failed to ensure the unobstructed view
By the general level of local places this one is at 70%, but in absolute scale its more or less 55%