New one in town! Being lead by a Georgian family this place is offering a both authentic and hip atmosphere which you can enjoy while trying out their traditional and international main and side dishes. There’s a great variety of pretty interesting food creations, such as avocado-eggplant salad, cheese filled Kahachapahurri (bread-kinda thing) or, for those that don’t consider themselves as too much of a fan of meat-less food, an exotic appearing veal-apricot-couscous combination. And not to forget about the breakfast offers that are waiting to be explored by you. Also for the lazy (or hung over) ones there’s the possibility of enjoying a late morning (until 2 pm) breakfast.
Another thing I like a lot about this place is it’s shadowy outside dining area filling half of the square in front of the place where you’ll find white bistro tables under two big trees. Also the spacious inner room deserves being mentioned: being there the first time I really enjoyed exploring some extraordinary details of it’s decoration such as lamps made of paper bags (coming from a nearby bakery) or Russian/Georgian Samowars.
Personally I really enjoyed sitting on a very classy appearing sofa in front of one of the room’s huge windows, nipping on a glass of the yum-yum-yum delicious homemade passion fruit ice tea and cracking open the crust of my Crème Brulée (one of the international cuisine dishes) that I was happy enjoying together with a friend of mine. Sounds nice? So, what are you waiting for!