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Compared to its more expansive Islington offshoot, Little Georgia in Hackney is a much simpler prospect – a retro café by day and an unlicensed BYO restaurant by night (check out the artwork and curios dotted around the place). The café is famous for its substantial Georgian breakfasts, all-day lunches, deli-style sandwiches and homemade cakes washed down with teas, coffees, juices and fresh fruit smoothies, while nightfall heralds a menu of traditional dishes based largely on family recipes – perhaps borscht, beetroot salad or some mixed meze followed by chashushuli (spicy beef stew cooked in red ajika and tomato sauce) or tabaka (roast poussin with chicken livers and Georgian plum sauce). Either way, don’t miss out on the freshly baked khachapuri (traditional cheese bread) – either plain or stuffed with beans, smoked pork and onions.
87 Goldsmith's Row
|Transport:||Tube: Liverpool Street tube/rail then 26, 48 bus/Old Street tube/rail then 55 bus|
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