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perfect restaurant. Everything was magnificent. My advice to go there.. At first sight, when you see the door, you will think that it is bad place, but when you get inside, you will know that it is perfect place..
Hidden behind a carved wooden door at the rear of a bank is Art House. There is a beautiful courtyard with open air swing seats and plants, and an indoor area with comfortable seating made from pallets. Everywhere you look are beautifully made pottery plates...and vases. Unique local pieces made by the father of the owner. The whole space is an excellent showcase for his work.
It’s a great place to drink and admire high quality work that is also for sale. The service is terrific.More
One of the best place in whole Georgia! We had some troubles to find this restaurant (the entrance is small, next to the tourist information), but when we finally did, we were glad we chose this place for a dinner. It looks really lovely both...inside and outside. Lots of plants and swings as a seat looked really well. The service was pleasant and menu offered traditional georgian food as well as international food. Khachapuri was very big and tasty and the dough was delicious. Absolutely recommend this place.More
Great rustic décor in a central spot.
Everything was exquisite from the wines to the brownie (more a chocolate fondant actually) and the espresso.
I recommend the trout and the gebjalia (megrelian melted cheese in milk and mint sauce).
My best dinner in Georgia so...far !More
This place is magical when it comes to the building itself, the inner yard with swinging benches, cushions, curtains and plants; the interior; the clay pottery and other art objects. This is the only place in Zugdidi that feels like an oasis of civilization where...you can truly forget that you are in Zugdidi. However, that is all it has to offer. The food is not delicious at all, and extremely overpriced by local standards. They make a living off the foreigners stationed in Zugdidi. Go there if you want to have some a moment of peace or need a place to chat with a friend (and be ready to pay 6$ for a smoothie). Don't go there if you want to eat.More