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Jan 27, 2012 11:37 AM

georgian food/restaurants

iso native ethnic georgian food-- the country north of turkey, east of the black sea-- & not the u.s. state.

i am totally stumped, but maybe some of you would have a lead for me? *crossing fingers optimistically*

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    1. Hey, Ms. kitten. I saw your thread on Site Talk and thought I'd respond.

      Have you tried Kiev Foods? From the Yelp entry by Elise S., "When they're in stock, pick up some Georgian kupati - a garlic-laden lamb and pork sausage with cilantro - that are made in New York. "

      Who knows. Invoking the Y site might get this yanked, but I thought I'd try to help.

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      1. re: MplsM ary

        M ary thank you so much! best lead i have so far!

      2. Baku Restaurant in Plymouth might meet your criteria.

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        1. re: Davydd

          Here are some plates at Baku. Assorted appetizers, beef strogonoff, Cornish hen, and lamb kabobs.

          1. re: Davydd

            i do not know. you could go to kramarczuk's and ask Roman. he is from georgia.

        2. Moscow on the Hill used to have one dish - Lule Kebab - that I vaguely remember as being Georgian. Not sure, though, and I can't get their web site to show me the current menu, so I don't know if they still offer this dish.

          (Travel tip: if you ever get to Chicago, search the boards for info on the Georgian bakery on Devon. Mmmmmmm!)

          1. thanks for racking your brains, everybody! i knew i could count on you guys! :)