Little Georgia

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Little Georgia 14 Barnsbury Road, London N1 0HB, +44 207 278 6100 Plate of Meze with Khachapuri (traditional cheesebread) and additional homemade bread

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  • Address:

    Little Georgia 14 Barnsbury Road
    London
    N1 0HB

  • Venue phone:

    020 7278 6100

  • Venue website:

    www.littlegeorgia.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Dinner served 7-11pm Tue-Fri. Meals served noon-11pm Sat, Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Angel tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £8-£12

  • Map

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Andy M

I`m a big fan of their sandwiches and the georgian wine is lovely.

Good music and reasonable prices 

Dave

Whilst accurate, the other reviews listed here only seem to mention the quality of the food. I think it is important to mention other things too... The food in this restaurant is either overpriced or incorrectly priced. The cheesebread (which is delicious) is exactly the same price (£9) as the cheesebread with the egg in the middle, which seems bizarre. The main courses that myself and my girlfriend ordered were exactly the same price (£13 - which incidentally is about the average price of a main course, not the £8 - £12 listed above). We both had chicken, only hers was half a chicken with potatoes and salad. All I had for the same money were 4 small bits of chicken in a garlic sauce with some bread. They seriously need to rethink their pricing based on what you get for your money. The wine is woefully expensive, with the cheapest bottle of red priced at £18. There were a couple of cheaper white options but you shouldn't have to make this decision based on price. The service was average, we were told to take a seat and had to wait so long that my girlfriend had to go up and grab a couple of menus for us. This is unacceptable given the fact there were 4 members of staff and about 5 full tables. One of the waitresses was lovely and informed us (albeit a tad misleadingly) about the food and the portions. I always found myself having to get their attention though, never did we feel looked after. In all the food is very nice, just not worth the money. Being forced to drink beer because of exorbitant wine is annoying however, as I really did want to know what Georgian wine tasted like.

Helen

I love the Little Georgia!! You can always find a table and the food and wine are excellent. Very reasonably priced too.

Gemma

This place is Amazing. Georgian Food is so tasty. Until I went to this place, I did not know that there was a country called Georgia in Europe. Only after the visit I have done some research and discovered this old country that has so much to offer and has many things to try. This little place in Islington is very charming, With some Posters form Old Georgian Movies, some soviet feel using art deco phones and elements. Main course was huge and Georgian Red wine was something to always look after

Otto

Amazing place for a great Georgian Meal and wine. Just off Angel station and in a very quiet street. Food selection is great and you have an option to get mixed starter platter for two , if you wish to try all of the selection. Main i always go for is Stew.