I do not generally offer restaurant reviews on Live and Let’s Fly, but do want to highlight a wonderful Georgian restaurant I had dinner at in Warsaw, Poland called Rusiko.
Rusiko – Great Georgian Food In The Heart of Warsaw
Rusiko is one of those gems you find and will always return to. It’s authentic, reasonably-priced, and most importantly very delicious. My friend I was traveling with had been there before and has a fondness for Georgian cuisine. The restaurant was conveniently located just a few blocks from the Sheraton Grand Warsaw in the center of the city.
Our entire (rather extravagant) dinner was 295PLZ, about $64. That included a bottle of Georgian white wine and a bottle of Georgian water…it was an all-Georgian meal.
We ordered a lovely Khachapuri (a traditional Georgian dish of cheese-filled bread) and feta salad for the table.
My friend is vegetarian, but I tired the Bekeka (Lamb shashlik) and some quail along with some lobio (Georgian bean stew).
There was even Natakhtari, which is a bright green Georgian carbonated soft drink that is flavored with tarragon. Not my cup of tea, but my friend swears by it.
Again, I’m not a food critic but this was simply a delightful meal with delightful service…I look forward to returning and will even be seeking out Georgian restaurants in Los Angeles.
Where is your favorite restaurant in Warsaw?
This part of my Poland trip report.