Very small family run restaurant, just off the main street, it has just three tables. The interior just stepping into someones home, decorated with nick-nacks and a board with currencies from all over the world pinned to it.
The man (owner?) have very limited English but is very friendly person. The menu is in Google translated English, so some imagination is required to decipher them ;-)
All the food is freshly cooked upon order. The fried Trout was super-fresh and very cheap, even by Georgian standards. Eating here is probably the closest experience to dining at Georgian home. Its super cheap to boot.