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Mengrelian cuisine is an important part of the Georgian gaonomy, and where better to taste it than the chic, 1960s-decorated house of Dadiani? You’ll get a real feel for the Mengrelian feast with their delicious dishes, among them our favorites: fresh sulguni, Mengrelian spices, roasted pork, and millet and hominy with fresh cheese.
Georgian House is a place where you are welcome, met with a smile and hosted perfectly. If the taste of the dishes, high level of service and a pleasant atmosphere are important for you, then Georgian House is a place you will definitely like. Georgian House is a restaurant where traditions meet modernity, and this historical synthesis is found in dishes as well as in the decor and music program. The experienced chef will host you with delicious European fare as well as Georgian dishes from every region of Georgia.
Abundant four-season Kakheti, Gombori, “The View of the Deer”,
Kisiskhevi village, vineyards in rows, and then Chateau Schuchmann set
in a beautiful landscape, there really is nothing to dislike here. In their
restaurant, choose a seat near the fireplace or enjoy the breath-taking
views of the Caucasus Mountains from the balcony. Try the mutton
stewed with cherry plums- a precise balance of flavors, with a sprinkle
of tarragon to create an amazing aroma. Local meat and fish cooked
in aromatic oil gives a special, exotic taste to the dish in an unbeatable
performance of Georgian classics.
The Mengrelian cuisine served here is authentic, boasting all the flavors of the special region in the west. Feel the polyphony of Mengrelian taste in the mix of hot and astonishing spices; the millet or the Italian polenta served with hot stew boiled with cherry plums. Hot, sour and sometimes rather distinguished tastes meet in the Mengrelian language, milky sulguni and delicious grape jelly making the perfect finale to your Mengrelian feast.
Beans are popular countrywide in Georgia and feature in numerous different dishes. Bia offers the most delicious options, coming from a chef who truly understands the art of the bean. The simple and original interior provides a calm backdrop to your culinary adventure, as here you can taste forgotten and revived traditions, such as millet ‘tsulspira,’ used in Georgia before beans became popular. Don’t try to resist dessert: the white plum sorbet with white chocolate is divine and not to be missed!
Travel back to the 19th century, with old wooden balconies, cobbled streets and rooms decorated just so. Backed by pleasant music, the interior and menu make for an unforgettable atmosphere for visitors. French Michelin star chefs created the menu for Restaurant Qalaqi and you can taste delicious fusion dishes accompanied by Georgian and European wines.