Here’s one of my favourite places for dinner. Lead by a Georgian family, this place offers an authentic but modern ambient which might round up your well-being while you’re trying out their traditional and international dishes.
The cooks at Ansari do the magic: original food creations such as coco chicken or cheese filled Khachapuri (bread-kinda-thing) will make your stomach happy. The spacious inner room deserves a mention: I very much enjoy exploring the extraordinary details of its decoration such as the Russian/Georgian Samowars every time I stop by.
Also, there are quite cosy sofas right in front of one of the room’s huge windows, where you can perhaps find yourself nipping a glass of the yum-yum-yum delicious homemade passion fruit iced tea and cracking open the crust of your Crème Brulée.
Summing things up: this is a place where you might find yourself wanting to stay for longer. And taking the extra time will definitely be worth it.