The name of this Georgian spot in Shaw refers to “a Georgian feast featuring an abundance of food, wine, and toasts.” While the last item on that list depends on who you eat here with, we can guarantee there will be a lot of the first two regardless. Supra serves classic Georgian food, like khachapuri (the traditional cheese-filled bread topped with an egg), warm and cold salads, and kebabs. It’s a place you’ll want to visit with a group so that you can try a lot of the menu, but make sure to get the chanakhi (braised lamb), the khinkali (Georgian soup dumplings), and, of course, some Georgian wine.
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