KeipTown / CapeTown

more than a year ago
A Georgian restaurant, a bit outside of the touristic city center, serves good traditional food. Dark and solid wooden tables and chairs and typical wooden elements on the walls remind us of an old tavern somewhere in a medieval Georgian village. A separate room for non-smokers has free wi-fi. The owner takes great pride in his menu’s Georgian–Ajarian cuisine. According to the policy of the restaurant, everything here is hand-made made on-site. We recommend ojakhuri, khachapuri lazuri and a variation of Georgian barbeque mts’vadi chalagadji – made from a special cut of pork. There’s also your choice of cheap Georgian beer from Kazbegi or Natakhtari.


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