Georgians of Jewish and non-Jewish descent gather at this casual empire of meat in Queens—the first very kosher Georgian restaurant in New York. Start off the parade of food with the national bread - the canoe-shaped shotis puri - which pairs really well with the fresh Georgian salad. The simple combination of tomatoes, cucumbers, and onions always makes us re-evaluate our usual salad requests. Move on to the potatoes with mushrooms appetizer and an order of khinkali: Georgian-style dumplings made with beef, lamb, and herbs. Finish off with all sorts of kebabs straight from the grill - they have everything from chicken breast options and the classic ground beef and lamb to a salmon kebab. You’ll also notice a ton of eclectic Georgian sodas on the menu, like Zendkeli, but before you venture to order one, keep in mind that they are all way sweeter than you can probably imagine.