One of the hottest places in town and a total dining experience - not the usual description for a Georgian restaurant!
19th century Arab building - Ninotchka is to be found somewhat isolated on Lilienblum St. See people walking round after 7pm on the street and you know where they're heading. Spread over five small separate rooms, the emphasis is on coziness and rustic - tiled floors, rough hewn white walls, dark wood furniture.
But around 11pm, the atmosphere changes and the bar area gets taken over by the music, its standing room only and the party gets under way. By 1/2 am, its swinging and usually the tables are the only place left to dance. But if you must eat, then you can still do in the (relatively) quieter back rooms.
Favorite Dish: Lots of pickles and stuffed vegetables feature on the starters menu, as well as the comforting meatball style mains. But try the kebabs filled with brie and served with mashed potato or the blackened chicken cooked in a reduction of tamarind, onion and pomegrante and served with rice.
Nanuchka is a true Georgia Bar particularly happy. Colorful and eclectic design, quality audience and food, of course, Georgia better. Daytime functioning place Remixes restaurant bar in the evenings becomes noisy, crowded and quality.
Favorite Dish: The most expensive dish: Tabiliasuri - Osso lamb white bean stew in white wine and herbs, served with rice (88 NIS)
Cheapest dish: Abadreiga 'I - Eggplant rolls filled with nuts and herbs (28 NIS).
Nanuchka is a Georgian bar- restaurant where all the dishes are made by the owner herself. The restaurant consists of 4 dining rooms and a bar, all nicely decorated in a traditional Georgian style
The food is tasty, authentic and therefore very different from what we usually find in restaurants here. The dishes are of average size, but the prices are definitely “enlarged” beyond reasonable proportions. It was a nice experience and I’d recommend the place to those who look for some extraordinary culinary experience, but bear in mind that you shouldn’t go there with a “skinny” wallet.
For those who’d like to see what a Georgian restaurant looks like but wouldn’t want to experience an overpriced dinner can always visit Nanuchka’s bar, which is very popular among Tel Aviv’s party animals.
Not so ordinary combination of a Georgian Bistro (that is the former Soviet Union republic of Georgia) and a pub. The place is divided to two rooms, one has a bar and the other has tables and chairs for dining. The bar room is quite noisy with loud music, but you can still have a conversation in the bistro area.