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Georgian cuisine's most famous and perhaps simplest dish - shashlyk, a shish kebab grilled on coals - was inexcusably prepared at Georgia.
Country-style Caucasus cooking just two steps away from the American Embassy, where you can taste shashlyk.
The menu offers authentic Georgian food and the fare is unpretentious if not basic: plenty of cold vegetable-based hors d'ouevres, Georgian soups, veal, pork, lamb and liver shashlyk, fish dishes and salads containing the obligatory Georgian ingredients of nuts, peppers, garlic and herbs, and a compact selection of red and white Georgian wines.
A late lunch found me in a local shashlyk (shish kebabs) restaurant buying lunch for those that I worked with today.
That is, a state of a [” large shashlyk restaurant”] for the Russian nomenclature.
"It is a great shame that the owners of an" anti-Soviet "shashlyk cafe bowed to pressure from Shtukaturov, the head of the council and the prefect Mitvol and took down their sign.
My wife and I then ordered a round of pork and veal shashlyk (Hr
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