Your ideal destination for traditional <b>Georgian dining</b> in London, Tamada serves unique, eclectic cuisine in the very pleasant surroundings of St. John's Wood in North-West London. <br/><br/>Georgian cuisine is perfect for more adventurous diners, who are tired of eating in the same Thai, Indian, Chinese and Italian restaurants on every corner, and instead seek a new gastronomic experience. Georgian cuisine is very specific to the country, but also features some influences from Middle Eastern and European culinary traditions. <br/><br/>As each historical province of Georgia has its own distinct dining customs, Tamada's menu offers a variety of dishes with a high amount of various herbs and spices to enrich the flavour. In addition to the range of meat dishes such as Chaqapuli (Spicy Lamb Casserole flavoured with wine and plum sauce), Mscvadi Shashlik (Charcoal Grilled and Marinated Pork with plum sauce and potatoes) and Chakhohbili (Chicken braised in tomato and wine sauce with herbs, served with 'shoti puri'), Tamada also offers a selection of vegetarian meals. <br/><br/>To accompany your meal, the knowledgable staff can also recommend a wine from Georgia, the oldest wine producing region in the world.
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Venue Details & Map
122 Boundary Road
St. John's WoodLondonNW8 0RH
- Public transport:
- Kilburn High Road, National Railway
Unfortunately, Tamada missed the mark for me and my husband. When comparing to another Georgian restaurant in Notting Hill, Colchis (now closed, gasp!), Tamada doesn't compare to the food once served at Colchis. Additionally, we both felt that for the location, Tamada's prices were too high.
-Cheese filled bread (Khachapuri) - I have to admit that when I read a prior review which stated...more
Tamada - Delicious Georgian food, friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere in a beautiful neighbourhood restaurant.
First of all, I find it irritating how one-sided Yelp filters the reviews for this little restaurant. Almost all good reviews are considered "not recommended" for reasons that are beyond me. I think, Tamada definitely deserves a higher score than 2.5 - it might not necessarily...more
I need to congratulate Tamada for making Georgian food and wine live up to its high reputation of being one of the best in the world.
The four starters and mains I had a chance to try ( no I don't have four stomachs - it was shared between a group of five ;) ) were served in hot clay bowls and plates making it even more authentic.
The Meze had an original taste and unusual ingredients. All...more
I must be honest - I have never been to Georgia so cannot comment really how authentic the food is. It has some classical dishes from the area - great stews and some dumplings...etc. food is quite good - especially the stews but it is also not too cheap... The interior is also not very extensive - it feels like a local venue with minimum frills. I think I would try once to see it yourself...more