Jon Joli is a “Ginza Project” Georgian Food.
Firstly Ginza Project is a company that owns a bunch of restaurants. They apparently own a lot of restaurants here in Moscow, I guess it’s a big deal? I always here Ginza this, Ginza that. What the fuck okay fine I will try a Ginza Project restaurant out.
Luckily for me there was a Ginza Project restaurant called Jon Joli, which served Georgian Food.
What the fuck is Georgian Food.
I never have had Georgian Food before. I asked around, and was told that it’s a restaurant that sells mainly meat.
So I guess steakhouses are Georgian Food too you smart ass.
Came here, sat down (by myself of course) and proceeded to order a soup. The soup was called “Kharcho – traditional Georgian tomatoes’ spicy veal soup with rice”. I took that straight from the menu. Soup was okay, was suppose to be spicy but wasn’t really. Was suppose to be hot but was just warm. Wasn’t really impressed with the soup to be honest.
For the main I got “Kuch-machy. Georgian national meal of chopped eggplant with mushrooms, vegetables and spices”. Again copied that straight from their menu. Was okay. Was suppose to be spicy but wasn’t really. Was suppose to be hot but was just warm. Wasn’t really impressed with my main dish to be honest.
Yes the two paragraphs were more or less a copy and paste. Because the experiences were similar so I don’t get why I can’t do that.
Overall, experience was okay.
Not a big fan of Georgian Food.
Written from Swissotel, Moscow on August 4 2016