After a lovely stroll along the canal one sunny morning, Jezebel and myself decided to reward our vigorous speed-walking with a well deserved cafe pit stop. We had always been curious about Little Georgia Cafe, as it seemed to attract quite a crowd and neither of us had ever experienced Georgian food before, so we decided this was the perfect time to try it out. We were lucky enough to grab a seat outside, also allowing us to participate in some fantastic people-watching... and who doesn't love some good people-watching? The breakfast menu was surprisingly varied, offering everything from the typical eggs on toast to pancakes filled with ricotta cheese and cranberries (which ended up being my choice for late-morning munching). Both of our plates came with a generous helping of fruit salad, and were just enough to fill us up without feeling stuffed... and it gets better. While looking at the full menu, we realized that nothing is above 6 pounds! Quite a bargain for such lovely home-cooked meals. The dinner menu offers Turkish, Russian, and Slavic-inspired dishes, which makes sense when considering Georgia's Black Sea geography. Needless to say, we have been looking forward to returning for a dinner treat ever since.
Located on 87 Goldsmiths Row, Bethnal Green.