The Lord restaurant comes as the biggest discovery in my Tbilisi restaurant review series this year, located on the Left embankment of Mtkvari, this place is actually pretty close to our apartment, although after living in this neighborhood for more than three years, we never tried those restaurants located on neither sides of Embankment (with an exception being Zakhar Zakharich restaurant).
It was an evening, and we decided to try our luck at one of the Left embankment places - Restaurant Lord was first in our route. The lovely Russian speaking restaurant manager allocated us a separate cabin house, which actually seemed the same size as our country house. A spacious room with a huge and served table.
At restaurant Lord
This place looked kind of for VIP, and I insecurely asked, could I see a menu, before ordering (as I was afraid of possible price attached). The lady replied - I'm your menu for this evening. This might sound strange, yes. But she continued to call each menu items with price attached. Prices seemed OK, and I said OK, stop counting... I already know what to order. Let me explain - I really love Georgian cuisine and I have found my favorite Georgian dishes a long time ago already - nothing fancy, typical and tasty. So we went for ori turkuli kava (Turkish coffee), erti kitris pomidori (cucumber&tomatoes salads), ori horci mcvadi (two pork shaslik), erti katmis salati (one chicken salad). We were heard, and soon food was served.
Amazingly decorated Turkish coffee
The biggest surprise was a cup of Turkish coffee served in a style pictured above. Never, ever in five years after being living in Georgia nobody had ever served a simple thing like Turkish coffee as elegant as Lord restaurant did tonight. Awesome.