For an approachable taste of Georgia look no further than this dinky restaurant, where elegant, light interiors contrast with the homely, hearty food. But remember to arrive hungry, as you’ll doubtless leave full. Mezze-style starters include aubergine stuffed with walnuts, or spring rolls filled with beef, onions & egg, though only the brave should order kuchmachi, a stew of pig’s lungs, liver & heart braised with onions & spices. Typical main courses are stewed meats in rich, comforting sauces, which go well with the selection of Georgian wines. The house special of jarkoe sees layers of veal, caramelised onions, potato & cheese baked with a mayonnaise topping – filling but quite delicious. Don’t forget to order cheese-stuffed breads as accompaniments, & the delicious walnut cake as a finale.
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