Unfortunately I don't exactly know the name of the restaurant, but it's very famous and if you ask anybody where Georgian restaurant with the view of the Alaznis veli is located they will show you the way definitely.
It's served really delicious food there, and the most important thing is the view which you see while sitting there, I think it's one of the most beautiful places in Sighnaghi
Nana will offer to cook for you, and it’s a mistake if you refuse. For 15 LARI (7 dollars), you get 3 excellent meals, healthy traditional food from her own backyard. No grease, many vegetable based dishes and loads of the best yoghurt I had in years, all accompanied by a tasteful wine. Not to forget - hot khachapuri and strong coffee in the morning.
The service is really awfull.. .But this is the best in terms of price and the view is truly spectacular. Do not order Shashlik - I waited for ab out 45 minutes and there were not really good parts of meat. But at least this restaurant is the only available option as said...
I visited Pheasant's Tears with friends for a wine tasting, and upon seeing their menu, I know I will be back some day for dinner. We sampled about five wines, all dry, but ranging from white to black, and finished the course with a shot of chacha. I'm not much of a wine drinker so I can't say much on that topic, but I loved sitting outside on their patio in the fresh air sipping wine during a leisurely tasting and having a really good conversation with my friends. I may not know a lot about wine, but I feel I learned a good amount about Kakhetian wine from the sommelier.
It’s a warm and intimate hole-in-the-wall eatery with a wide-ranging menu for very decent prices. Except for dishes and drinks containing avocados, tequila and Kahlua, all food is made fresh using local produce.
Favorite Dish: Do not leave Pancho Villa without trying a hot chocolate. It comes in espresso-sized portions, and is terribly decadent—less a liquid and more a warm, rich spiced chocolate pudding with a hint of brandy. Wuff.
One of our best finds for freshly cooked ingredients -not just defrosted as is often the case elsewhere, is tucked away in a cul-de-sac parallel to the Pirosmani Museum. It's to the left of the museum as you are walking up from the town centre.
Owned by a local young couple who are very kind. They have a few outdoors tables at the back of the restaurant. Can recommend the khinkali (spiced minced meat in a dumpling) and Mtsvadi (grilled chunks of pork and veal on a stick) but owner happy to explain the different dishes, speaks passable English.
This restaurant is located in the historical part of Signagi. The atmosphere is very pleasant and relaxing. You can listen to the traditional Georgian folk music or the world's best hits. The name of this restaurant is related to the Signagi's barrow where was found the golden lion 42 centuries ago.
''Golden lion'' is family restaurant and you feel like the personal guest of this lovliest place. Restaurant is structured by three rooms. You can also enjoy traditional food in the yeard under the shadow of a fig tree.. Only in the ''Golden Lion'' you can taste fresh-baked Kakhetian bread, which is baked in Thone (georgian bakery). What is the most exciting thing is that you can bake Kakhetian Shoti on your own.
Reastaurant offers the high quality service and cheap prices.
Favorite Dish: In the ''Golden Lion'' you can enjoy traditional food like Khachapuri, Khinkali, Mcvadi (barbecue), KHashlama, qababi etc...You can taste soups, vegetarian salads, fish, also salads with meet. What is really important is that product which is used for preparing meal is fresh.
Only in the ''GOLDEN LION'' you can have 3 types of khacahpuri: Megruli, Imeruli, Acharuli. Also pizza with meet and with vegetables. Guests of this restaurant can taste home-made white wine and red wine -Saperavi, also Chacha - local grappa. For every visitor cofee/tea for free.
the menu doesn't include only traditional Georgian dishes but it also includes some of the Europian and Asian dishes too.
This restaurant served mexican food in a relatively mexican atmosphere - to include the complimentary chips and salsa (both were unique from any I've had before, but very good), as well as sombrero decor and mexican music.
Favorite Dish: Though already full of chips and salsa, I ate chicken in green salsa and the local white wine - 25 tetri a glass, can't beat that. Others in my group had burritos - heavy on the beans with just a little beef in them. The soups were really good as well.
We had dinner and breakfast in this restaurant. Before our dinner was served, they brought us a small plate of nadughi (cheese with fresh mint) and crustini bread. Then we ate the most delicious chicken Caesar salad. My husband had veal medalions in wine sauce with mushrooms -- so tasty! I had a chicken roll stuffed with sweet peppers on a pillow of spinach -- chicken was dry but tasty too. The chicken shkmeruli was better than the chicken roll -- more flavor and sauce. Dinner for our family of three, plus a coffee and three bottles of water, came to 119 GEL. Rather expensive, but quite good. For breakfast, my husband had a very thin crepe with very sweet strawberry jam, and I had a bacon and tomato omelette. They had a nice breakfast buffet set up with a large variety of jams, yogurts, matsoni, cheese, three cold-cut meats, a large selection of seasonal fruit plus bananas and kiwis, and pastries including croissants filled with chocolate sauce. I didn't check the price of the buffet or the special order items. Plus the omlette was more like a egg-scramble with somewhat burnt food on the bottom--tasty, but not an omelette.
Favorite Dish: I think my favorite part of the meal was my daughter's fresh "squeezed" apple juice. (They must have a juicer!)