We've never understood the popularity of this veteran Georgian food franchise, but ethnic food standards in PL are hardly aspiring. With such a vast menu, it's a wonder how everything comes out of the kitchen virtually the same - sketchy meat of your choice, shredded lettuce and cheese wrapped in a stale tortilla, preceded by a frozen dinner roll; no disrespect to Stalin's homeland, but that's hardly the most original take on cuisine. Affordable, sure, but essentially a rip-off when you consider the cost to the kitchen, whose late hours nonetheless make this place popular with large parties more preoccupied with their tipple than nosh inside the rustic interior. Also at ul. Grodzka 3.