Gemo means taste and the restaurant has the apt name. All dishes tried were exceptional. The Ketsi dishes - beef, pork, mushroom were all tongue blowing. Shashliks were also great - so were the breads.
None of the waitresses speak English and that was a real problem. It was difficult to even get water but that added to the authenticity of the experience. The menu had some descriptions in English. They need to add pictures of dishes to make it easier for tourists.
There is live music in the evenings and except some loud local guests.
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