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This place is a small tavern, that offered good authentic Georgian food. We were there Tuesday afternoon and it was literally empty, which we liked. Food is good, wine was also surprisingly good, overall enjoyed our time.
The general review of the place upon walking-in and out is "meh".
The place always seems quite empty and table service does not seem to exist (even though they do come up to you from time to you, since I've been there a few times)....Taste-wise - cannot really recommend anyone to go there for the third time but it is an "ok" start to taste some Georgian meals.
We tried grilled cheese, Hatsapuri (was quite dry), Pita Kebab (meat in Lavash) and Hinkali (7 Euros for them???) and everything failed to impress. It felt like someone bought minced meat and put it into the dough and bread, boiled and served it - everything seemed to bear little to no taste (besides cheese though) and we left quite some money on the table. I'll leave my review as dry as the Lavash.More
Georgian cuisine. Well cooked lamb and onion rings, thou "Greek salad" had no dressing and strange cheese in it. We visit it at Thursday evening, only few guests were presents, so food was served very quick. Nobody come to our table, so we were suppose...to go to bar to order our meals and pay straight away. Waitress, who brought us food was extremely kind and lovely, she was speaking EST and RU. Bartender spoke ENG, EST, RU. No English menu.More
The most delicious meat!!!here is very good atmosphere.menu is perfect.Love this restaurant and their hospitality ❤Absolutely recommend this georgian food by Suliko 👍everyone must taste their khachapuri and khinkali
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In Sulkio you'll get a lot for your money. They don't have an English menue, but pictures for every meal. The portions are very big so that not all of us managed to eat everything.
The doesn't have a very nice atmosphere to be honest,...but it looks clean and the food tastes good. If you're closeby you can surely give it a try.More
Ah yes, Georgian food. It's excellent. No matter what you try (especially meat) - it's very tasty. But I'm not talking about Suliko - I'm talking about proper Georgian food. Long story short - the place was open many years ago by one of the...local families who managed to make their first restaurant successful (it's in the same low-quality league now). I had been visiting the place often, but then found an ever better place. I came back after a few years and must say the quality has dropped noticeably. Sure it wasn't a Michelin restaurant, but now they serve "bar quality" food, which is OK if you want to get wasted and eat something to make the process diverse. I'm not trying to say the food is awful - it's mediocre. But do you ever drive to cafes or restaurants serving mediocre food? Nope, you eat there only if you're hungry and pass by. That's the case with Suliko - not good enough if you are planning your restaurant visit. It's a shame.More
Date of visit: September 2013
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