Cafe Cinema is sharing one building with Carrefour store on the Kolhoznaya square (I know there is a new name for this square, but I never can remember the name). I have been going shopping for groceries time by time to this Carrefour store (although I prefer either Tbilisi Mall or recently opened East Point - both located in suburbs of Tbilisi), and just recently I discovered that there is not only Carrefour located in this building, but that there are actually some more boutique shops in store's second and thirds floors.
So I went to the second floor and discovered Cafe Cinema - I have no clue is there actually any cinema hidden in this building as well, but speaking of this cafeteria - it rocks. Prices are very affordable, atmosphere is great and they even have English language newspapers. And yes, this is a rare place where Coke is served with ice. Nice.
Menu at Cafe Cinema
Basically the menu is very simple, you can get crepes, wraps, cocktails, coffee and tea. Menu is written in Georgian only, but staff speaks both English and Russian. Menu is pretty illustrative so you can see what you are ordering.
Free issue of Financial
Coke served with ice
The Bottom Line
Cafe Cinema just rocks, it is a safe haven were to spend some 30 minutes at least after you have done your shopping at the first floor's Carrefrour store. Grab a free issue of English language speaking newspaper and enjoy your Turkish coffee.