“Leila” in Arabic means flirting, looks charming and lively from outside, the area is full of different types of flowers, the best place to take romantic pictures.
When you enter the café, you are hit with the smell of the homemade cakes, you can almost taste the food in the air. The manager with the colourful dress will greet you at the entrance with the warmest smile and will guide to a free table, the staff is also very friendly which helps you to set the positive mood. The building itself is a historical monument built in the 70’s by the project of the students from “Tbilisi State Academy of arts”. Ceiling looks like a sky with full of stars, famous Georgian designer Guga Kotetishvili gave Arabic flavour to the café, every table is different and relaxing music makes the place even cozier.
Seasonal Fruits and vegetables are provided from different regions of Georgia, salmon and trout is from the southwest of Georgia, place called Batumi. In “Leila” everything is fresh and new, which makes clear why main dishes are taking longer to prepare than in other cafes. Café have wide range of vegetarian food with well-balanced spices, which is not too spicy and you can enjoy your meal fully. Price is very reasonable and portions are great to share. Quality of the food and service exceeds expectations. Very familiar food made with different Asian seasonings is making the dishes special even for the fussiest customers ever…
“Leila” is pretty famous for its lemonades, compotes, organic wine and homemade vodka. The place is nonsmoking area, which is always good surprise for the guests. With the healthy food and positive atmosphere in “Leila” you can make your day unforgettable.
P.S. Don’t leave the café without trying “Orbeliani Royal Candies –“Pearls of The Sun”, the rarest desert ever which makes you travel in the 18th century.