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Home of traditional Georgian dining and recommended by Time Out, Tamada in St. John's Wood offers fine wines from Georgia, the world’s oldest wine producer. With views of the homeland lining the walls, Tamada restaurant’s eclectic Caucasian cuisine displays influences from Europe and the Middle East.
Tamada, named after the toastmaster at a Georgian feast, offers a variety of dishes from the country’s provinces. Start with salmon red caviar, sizzling chicken in garlic and walnut sauce, or slow-cooked spicy mushrooms.
Traditional breads come straight from the Tamada oven – try adjaruli khachapuri, cheese-filled baked bread topped with eggs. Among tempting main courses on the Tamada menu, Georgian giant dumplings filled with minced pork, beef and herbs are freshly cooked and worth the wait.
With intriguing dishes like flat fried quail in raspberry sauce, Georgian cuisine is full of exciting discoveries, and diverse flavours abound in vintages from the birthplace of wine. Tamada in London is a 10-minute walk from Kilburn High Road Tube Station.