20 January, 2022 seen 3,518I believe one of my most favourite places in Tbilisi is a Turtle Lake (Kus Tba). I have been heading here pretty often, actually just a few weeks ago we did a shorter hiking route heading from Turtle lake to Vake Park. There are pretty many hiking trails around Turtle lake - if you are found of eco-tourism or just like me (us) are looking to wind your head…
Welcome to another Tbilisi Restaurant review - today I will speak of a restaurant located in Tbilisi Suburbs in Tskenti.
The problem is that I don't know name of this restaurant, today I asked a locals and they told it's called a 'Biz... of something', in Russian they used a word 'Деловой'... well sorry I cannot give you a more details of this restaurants name. But I must admit I like 'Деловой...' very much.
We arrived here after a bowling match at Kopala bowling centre.
Before I will dig into food photography - let me mention one more thing, here they speak Georgian only, so either have a interpreter with yourself, or learn some basic Georgian.
We managed to order mcvadi, kava, kitris i pomidori, imeruli khachapuri, ghvino, lemonadi, tkemali, sacabeli and some other goods. for counting thing all you need to know - erti, ori, sami... and finally asking for a check - angarashi ashelaba!
As usual for taking photographs I'm using my Samsung phone and usingInstagram(link is external) (then taking them from Instagram and adding to posts - you can read a blog post on how I turned my Instagram account into a photo blog
Restaurant sign in Georgian
Restaurant located near Tskenti road
Gazebos at this Tskneti restaurant
Heh, I learned a word 'gazebo' from a South African guy when he showed me his fish farms here in Georgia. And now I have a chance to use it :)
Imeretian Khachapuri at this Tskneti restaurant
Pork Barbecue at this Tskenti restaurant
Tomato and cucumber salads
Though they don't speak here any other language than Georgian, damn, this is one of the most delicious and yummiest places near Tbilisi.