We visited Supra at the end of our Trans-Siberian adventure, the evening before we were to fly out of Russia and conclude the trip. The restaurant looked really nice the previous day when we passed it, and since we fell in love with Georgian cooking, we decided to give it a go.
The restaurant was really pleasant as soon as we’ve arrived. There is no reservation service, but the queueing is performed in a really orderly fashion. You get a number while you wait, and we even got complimentary apples to nibble on. In around 30-40 mins (Wednesday evening), it was our turn to be seated and we got greeted by the very pleasant waiter - Ruslan. Although not speaking much English, through a combination of Croatian, Russian, English, the English menu and arms and legs we managed to order a couple of sets of Khinkali, a Cheburek, a Khachapuri and some other dishes on the side. Everything came out reasonably fast, with the exception of Khinkali’s that we’ve waited on a bit more. The food was great, one of the best we’ve had in Russia, with the exception of the excellent Khmeli Suneli in Yekaterinburg. The wine selection was also excellent, and Ruslan did his best to accommodate us, even treating us to a card trick (A trick to get us to write a favorable review, but nice never the less) and managing to recommend wines to our taste, despite the language difference.
The end bill came out to around 8000 rubles, including the two bottles of wine we’ve had.
Fully recommend as an outlet for Georgian cuisine in Vladivostok.
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