Acha means quail in Abkhazian (thus the bird mascot) and Chacha is a Georgian grape liquor similar to grappa. The first part of the menu doesn’t stand out too much from the hundreds of other Caucasian cuisine restaurants in the capital but once you get to the pages with Abkhazian specialties it starts getting interesting! Make sure to try ailadj (Abkhazian polenta with cheese, which is perfect with fresh matsoni yogurt), corn porridge with cheese, smoked meat with polenta, adzyrdz sauce and, of course, Abkhazian sweets. Some traditional Georgian dishes get a little Abkhazian infusion (lobio with special Abkhazian adzhyka is just one example). The atmosphere is very warm and homey, ideal for family gatherings. Also at Pyatnitskaya ul. 82/34 bldg. 2 (metro Dobryninskaya).