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Tsiskvili

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Tsiskvili

For a slightly different feel of Tbilisi, it is worth having your evening meal at the Tsiskvili restaurant, which is located outside of the city centre and reminds one more of an open-air museum than an eating establishment. Its territory is magnificent, with an authentic windmill that is still in working order, built into a cliff on the river bank. A number of restaurant tables have been placed on one side the windmill, and as the waterfall crashes downwards right next to you, the feeling is almost like being out in the countryside.

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The many artefacts placed in and around the restaurant serve as an illustration of Georgia's history. Among them one can even notice 20th-- century copies of sculptures by Georgian art legend Niko Pirosmani. At the same time, everything remains very tasteful and without any kind of pseudo-national kitsch. Excellent cuisine and service!

Beliashvili St.

10/2010

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