We wandered round the old Red October chocolate factory, now an area of trendy bars, restaurant, clubs and high-tech businesses, trying to pick a restaurant for dinner, and chose Mizandari almost by accident. Our waiter spoke pretty good English and patiently explained the menu, although I know enough about Georgian cuisine to choose without guidance. The food was delicious and the home-made lemonade (which seemed to contain no lemon - I had pear and passion fruit) was wonderful, although several other flavours weren't available. No local beer, though, which was a disappointment. We sat in a sort of conservatory, which might get cool later in the year, but each chair had a blanket draped over the back in case it turned cold, which was a nice touch. Excellent value, too. The one drawback is that it doesn't have a river view, as many of its neighbours do.
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