This Georgian restaurant has a unique atmosphere - it’s relaxing and romantic, probably, much due to live piano music at nights. The repertoire is very far from Georgian (mainly classics and jazz), which is a little bit confusing.
This is hardly a family restaurant; it’s rather suitable for doing business and special romantic occasions. You’d probably feel more comfortable being “dressy” than “casual” here. Although the place also offers sheeshah (waterpipe, kalian), which hardly pairs with a suit (as well as, again, with Georgian cuisine).
The meal is great, and, as in any Georgian restaurant, I’d recommend sticking to meat and bbq (shashlyk). Perfect choice of wines. The service is impeccable - fast and invisible.
The place is hardly an "orthodox" Georgian restaurant, but it certainly has it all for a nice relaxing evening.
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