I agree with all the excellent reviews this place had. I was particularly impressed with the range of rather unusual vegetarian dishes on offer. Atmosphere was rather quiet, with soft jazz playing.
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We visited this restaurant twice before our trip to Georgia to get some idea of the local cuisine and were very happy with our food and wine both times. Having returned from our trip now we appreciate "Tbilisi" even more as the food is certainly...More
Absolutely adore this restaurant and the people! Definitely good value, the Georgian wine (I'd even recommend house) is a must try, and gave us travel recommendations for Georgia! We live in the area (Highbury) and when lost what to do for dinner, my partner or...More
Took mum and my son to dinner to celebrate Polish Mother's Day. We didn't even get to order anything, the waitress (owner I guess) was talking rudely and aggressively soon as we enter. I asked if she is ok with us being there, she answered...More
I ate here recently on a Saturday evening with friends. I've eaten here a number of times, and the food remains excellent, with very reasonable prices and a good range of Georgian dishes. The drinks options (wine and beer) are also good, and the service...More
I don't get to try Georgian food often, and albeit I can't vouch for the genuineness of "Tblisi", I can definitely say that what they serve here is both intriguing and delicious. The starters are particularly exceptional, and I could probably have a full meal...More
We've eaten here a few times over the past 9 years and never been disappointed. Georgian food is perhaps the most exotic and most loved cuisine from among the former Soviet republics. Several Russian-speaking tables reminded me of this. The starters are fresh, light, and...More
Great home cooking. We would recommend mixed starters. The bread stuffed with cheese was great, but left us, erm, stuffed. It's all really tasty and a great mix of culinary genres. And the house red us damn good. Friendly service and decent value for London.
Our first visit, a very friendly welcome, good suggestions for starters and a wonderful flavour in the dishes. Tried the Georgian red wine- full bodied and like an Australian shiraz. The chicken liver starter was very tasty, my main course sausage was powerful ( and...More