Sahki Sahki has not yet decided where it stands: a festive late-night bar where alcohol flows abundantly and the dishes are designed to satisfy the hunger of partiers, or a solid bistro with an original menu able to challenge local cuisine. The Cordo white fish is a pleasant starter with meaty, very fresh fish, served in a small portion in a shallow bowl with tomato water, and sprinkled with tomato powder and strong chili. It is one of the best dishes of this kind in the city. The roasted Shabout fish with its horseradish yogurt, cooked grapes, and orange sauce is a lovely idea although it is a bit too tart. The tortellini stuffed with spinach and snow peas is a genuinely skilled performance, the best dish in the meal and the best tortellini we’ve had in recent years. The tastes are balanced, with the delicate flavor of the white wine harmoniously blending with the vegetables and sage broth. It is tender and tasty. Tchernikovsky has definitely revived, and Sahki Sahki is contributing to this with its lively nightlife. We hope that Sahki Sahki maintains the quality of its very good dishes and increases the size of the portions.