London's Best Georgian Restaurants
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - The Georgian table is a fully laden one. The people are very hospitable and love to treat guests to feasts, or ‘supra’, which often last for hours.
Much natural wine will be consumed (Georgia is one of the countries where wine was first produced) and many speeches and toasts will be made. If you’re lucky, there will also be some traditional polyphonic singing.
Here are the ultimate list of the best Georgian restaurants in London, according to London's media website: Londonist (Things to see and do in London and everything that happens in it):
Little Georgia, Bethnal Green and Islington (see website for locations)
Both branches of Little Georgia serve consistently great food. Georgian pictures and drinking horns adorn the walls.
The Georgian, 27 Balham Hill, SW12 9DX
This charming café opposite Clapham South tube station does a great khachapuri, served in cosy surroundings.
Iberia, 294-296 Caledonian Road, N1 1BA
Iberia serves three regional variations of khachapuri, which gives them mega bonus points (did we mention we like khachapuri?).
Tbilisi, 91 Holloway Road, N7 8LT
A little more meat focused than other Georgian restaurants, and open evenings only.