This is Pur Pur, another magical restaurant In Tbilisi, Georgia.
A bit hard to find though – in the middle of this big construction site called – Tbilisi. Luckily there were some signs on the way…
…so, finally we found Pur Pur, in the old town area. Resting close to a peaceful park –
– leaning against another house, it was one of the last houses still standing. Just open the door, walk slowly up the stairs, enter the room, and you will be enveloped in its warm, rich and creative atmosphere!
Their food is delicious, and so is the Georgian wine. We got the blue table by the window, where we had our farewell dinner, saying goodbye to a very special country, a very special city and a very special people.
If you ever find Pur Pur while roaming the world – (it might not be found in the same house by then…) I do recommend you to drop in – and not only for the food and the wine. You will leave a richer person than you first arrived here.
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How lovely .. a super post!
Thank you, dear Julie – I fell in love with the place ♥
Neat looking place – both elegant and quaint!!
Yes, quaint, but so creative!
This had to be wonderful, Leya. Magical photos!
Ah, Manja! Why don’t we have such places in Sweden? Maybe they have in the biggest cities? Don’t know.
I’ve enjoyed touring Tbilisi in your company. Thanks for inviting us!
Thank you for coming along!
Thanks for taking me along! Wishing you a Happy 2020!
Happy New year to you as well!
Wow, that is very fascinating!
Thank you – I fell in love with it immediately. Silent, people discussing quietly, people being creative, ah – all the best!
So pretty once you get in there. The first shot make me smile, as you much have better gravity there then here. Everything at the angle would slide off the table. 🙂
Maybe it was I who slid…! That little clear drink is their strongest!
This looks like a wonderful place to visit. Thank you for the post!
I can recommend it!
What a magical place Ann-Christine, thank you for taking us on this lovely journey! xxx
Thank you for coming with me!
Thanks for the beautiful tour!
Thanks for coming along!
You’re most welcome!
Wow, what a find!
I enjoyed your pictures and reading your loving, evocative farewell. I think this is what people mean when they say ‘well travelled’.
Susan, thank you for a thoughtful comment – maybe you are right about that word. I have heard the expression many times, but don’t really know its full meaning. It would be beautiful if you were right.
A stunning restaurant! And it sounds delicous.
Oh, Amanda, it was a treat!
Must include it on my wishlist.
I won’t make it in person so I appreciate your taking me along with your words and photos. Sorry to miss the food and wine, though.
Ah – well, I am glad you came along despite missing 50% of the glory! I have been cooking Georgian dishes ever since! Don’t know how I could have missed out on their food for so long!
I’ll have to go and read some Georgian recipes.
Tbilisi sounds like a fun place to explore and Pur Pur looks good too. From what I’ve heard, Georgian food and wine is one of a kind. Thanks for sharing and wishing you and your family a very Happy and Healthy New Year 🎉🎉🎉 Aiva
Wishing you the same – and about Tbilisi every word is correct! Found you in the spam, sorry to answer this late.
Sounds like a great place 🙂
Thank you, Brian – it was.