• Racha

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Traditional Georgian food. Offers "fasting menu" which is mostly vegan and focused around Orthodox religious fasting before Easter. Staff speaks limited English and uderstands "vegetarian" and will assist with vegan diets. Smoking permitted inside. A meal cost around US$5. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-10:00pm.

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12 Reviews

First Review by vegan_ryan


Points +78

02 Dec 2023

Good for the price

Nothing to special but it was good for the price and the value. It was difficult to speak in English



Points +25

28 Jan 2023

Sooo yummy!

Great and affordable. Lobio (beans) are vegetarian and very good. Agree with others about the mushroom Khinkali and walnut eggplant dish. Come and see😄order at the counter also!

Pros: Vegetarian , Service free (go up and order), Affordable


Points +39

06 Jan 2023

Vegans looking for authentic georgian food? Go here;

Great food. Not overpriced and the best georgian food i have tasted. and I have had a lot. Go for the mushroom khinkali, its amazing!

Updated from previous review on 2023-01-06

Pros: Vegan options available, Very authentic georgian armosphere, Authentic georgian food

Cons: Decor could be better


Points +22

15 Aug 2022

Good one

I really like this place, it offers authentic Georgian food and it's cheap and tasty


Points +375

06 Nov 2021

Authentic and inexpensive

If you're looking for an authentic Georgian dining experience, look no further. Scrumptious khinkali, and plenty of vegan sides to chose from, including an amazing eggplant and walnut appetiser.

Pros: Inexpensive, Great atmosphere

Cons: Not completely vegan


Points +32

18 Aug 2019

Delicious cheap Georgian food

It's a typical Georgian restaurant and we really enjoyed being and eating there. The mushroom khinkali are just perfect! Altough the waitress' English wasn't perfect she helped us with the vegan options.


Points +1126

08 Jun 2019

Was ok.

Selection of veg and vegan food - typical things you can find in any Georgian restaurant. Not our favourite place to eat on our trip - food was pretty basic and bland.

Pros: Veg and vegan foods , Low price. , Cozy atmosphere

Cons: Bland in taste , Small portions


Points +15

14 Aug 2018

Quite crowded in the evening

Now they have menu in English. I ordered lobio (beans in a pot). It costs 4 lari but portion is small. Taste is so-so. In the evening there are a lot of people and atmosphere is not cozy.

Pros: Inexpensive, Nice design

Cons: Lobio is small and taste so so


Points +304

26 Jul 2018

Best aubergine and walnut in Tbilisi

The menu here is pretty straight forward and the vegan options are few but very good. The aubergine and walnut is the best I’ve had here and the portions are generous. I found the staff wonderful and their homemade wine is great. Oh, super cheap too!


Points +290

28 Apr 2016

Local Georgian food

Local Georgian food with a few vegan options. The labio (thick bean soup) was particularly good as was the grilled aubergine. I massively over ordered with a cucumber and tomato mixed salad + bread on top of that already mentioned thinking that the portions would be small as the items weren't expensive. Turns out I was wrong!

Don't expect service with a smile but it's nice to be able to try out some local food!

Pros: Value for money


Points +139

23 Mar 2015

frequented by locals and great traditional food

Menu only in Georgian but some words in English are understood by the owner like meat, cheese etc. I visited the place twice and there was never Mushroom or potato dumplings as I found in other restaurants. On the other hand the eggplant with walnut paste was delicious and the Lobio soup as well. I tried also an awesome spinach paste entree. I loved the atmosphere as the place is totally unpretentious, frequented mostly by locals and very inexpensive. Recommended for a taste of real Georgia.

Pros: traditional delicious cuisine , inexpensive , local feel

Cons: no English menu


Points +3865

13 May 2014

Best local food in town

This is definitely the best spot for local food.

The meals are very cheap, and they have the best lobio in the city. (Lobio is a traditional bean dish)

Down side: smoking is allowed inside restaurants in Georgia.

Pros: Lots of vegan options on fasting menu

Cons: Smoking inside

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