Excellent food and very different from typical Uzbek cuisine. Live music makes for great atmosphere. Costly but worth it
How to start - the wine is super expensive. 3 to 4 times the cost of purchasing a bottle in a store. I had an over priced so so Georgian red. But what really won me is the number and quality of the Katchapuri. I had one style that is similar to a Baklava but instead of honey, it is... More
Nice and cosy place, with delicious gerogian cuisine. The bar menu consist a good various of wines (italian, french, local home made wine, and of couse georgian wine). We tryed two different types of georgian national pie - hachaparu - and both of them were incredible tasty. Caucasian shashliks were also great!
High-quality decor in kitsch Georgian style. Good food, with Georgian wines available (a bottle of Saperavi cost EUR 40 though). Meal for two with wine cost a bit over USD 100 so this is expensive for Tashkent but the quality was very good. Beware that there may be loud live music. There are likely to be several family meals going... More
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