Gault&Millau's review

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.


11 Bakhtrioni St
100 თბილისი


+995 32 200 11 22

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Opening hours

Monday  11:00 - 23:45
Tuesday  11:00 - 23:45
Wednesday  11:00 - 23:45
Thursday  11:00 - 23:45
Friday  11:00 - 23:45
Saturday  11:00 - 23:45
Sunday  11:00 - 23:45

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