A Georgian sushi bar refused to communicate with a Russian tourist in the "language of pigs" and advised her to return to her "hole"
Georgia, with 30% of its territory occupied by Russia, continues to warmly welcome tourists from the aggressor country. An unforgettable reception was organized by a Russian woman at the Oishi Sushi sushi bar in Tbilisi. The staff refused to speak Russian with the visitor, and when she complained about the restaurant on social media, she received a telling response.
Representatives of the sushi bar called Russian "the language of pigs," and the disgruntled visitor was advised to return to her "hole, which Russians call a country." A Russian citizen was humiliated on a catering review service.
"We couldn't find the place, we called and tried to find out in Russian, they said they didn't speak Russian and hung up. We finally found it and ordered, they brought us rolls with thawed fish, the taste was disgusting. I don't recommend it to anyone," the tourist complained, giving Oishi Sushi one star out of five.
The staff of the Georgian sushi bar did not bother to patronize the guest from the occupying country, and therefore responded sharply: "Hello, we are very sorry for the inconvenience, but we do not speak the language of pigs. You can go back to the hole you call a country and enjoy some sushi there, unless, of course, you are called upon to do so. We wish you all the best."
The news quickly spread on various propaganda platforms. Hysterical Russians decided to attack the "Russophobic" establishment with angry reviews and low ratings to spoil its statistics.
However, the Oishi Sushi representatives were not intimidated. They posted a picture of a pig in the colors of the Russian flag on their social media pages and left a message for unwanted guests.
"It's sad that you decided to focus your heroic efforts on attacking a sushi bar instead of confronting your terrorist government. Perhaps then you would not have had to seek asylum in a country that is unfriendly to you," the Georgians wrote.
Later, representatives of the establishment also revealed that the Russians continue to send them insults and violent threatening messages. All of them have nothing to do with the service, food or quality of food - it's just a stream of rude language, humiliation and threats to "cut Georgian children."
Earlier, a video of street musicians (probably Russians) in Georgia singing Russian songs was shared online. One of the local residents, who apparently strongly condemns the occupation policy of the Russian Federation and does not want to listen to the music of the terrorist country at home, did not like it. He tried to stop the street concert of Russian performers.
Also, as OBOZREVATEL wrote, one of the tourists from Russia complained about Russophobia in Georgia. Moreover, the Russian woman had the audacity to express her dissatisfaction with the service in the country.