I was in Vienna for 3 weeks and every time I walked by this restaurant I was intrigued. There always seemed to be a steady, eclectic crowd dining inside and the decor was engaging. A dear friend came to town to visit and she raved about past experiences with Georgian food, so we decided to try it out. The wait staff was friendly and efficient, and luckily for us all spoke English.The room to the left had some live entertainment, but it was a bit loud so we sat in the room to the right, which was more elegant and decorated with lots of fabrics in soothing, muted in colors. We ordered Imeruli Khacha puri, a flaky, cheese filled, warm bread. Badridschani, a refreshing eggplant stuffed with cheese, covered in what seemed to be a yogurt, garlic and dill sauce, that exploded with flavor in our mouth. Our main dish was opschachuri, stewed pork with potatoes, peppers, mushroom and parsley. This had a nice flavor but not as tender as would be expected for a slow cooked dish. Our meal was accompanied by an appealing sweet, red, wine that started with a K but I can't remember the name. We were pleased with our experience and would recommend it, especially to try food that isn't the usual fare one finds.