Georgia Travel Guide

Georgia Restaurants

Whatever deprivations Georgians have suffered over the years, food hasn’t usually been one of them. Pressed between the Middle East to the south and the Caucuses to the north, Georgia’s kitchens have benefited from both. The widest choices are in Tbilisi, where chefs proudly show off traditional recipes like khinkali (meat-stuffed dumplings), mtsvadi (Georgian style kebabs) and badrijani nigvzit

(aubergine slices with walnut-and-garlic paste). In the countryside, dining becomes both more social and informal, and meals can last for hours. Turning down offers of wine, however copious, is a serious faux pas.

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