If you are coming to Georgia and try to dig online, articles what to eat or how tasty is Georgian food you’re in right place! We give our suggestions what to EAT! So be ready, in our #foodie tour you will discover Georgian food and drinks coming from Georgian mountains!
Kubdari (Georgian: კუბდარი)
Kubdari is special dish from mountain. sometimes guest are mixing it with Khinkali but, its totally other
Roasted trout with spicies (Georgian: შემწვარი კალმახი)
Freshly caught trout from river, roasted with walnuts, coriander,lemon and other seasonal vegetables
Mushrooms on clay pan (Georgian: სოკო კეცზე)
Mushrooms on hot clay pan is delicious, if there is options take it with cheese.
Khinkali (Georgian: ხინკალი)
If you don’t eat Khinkali don’t leave country. Khinkali are made with flour,meat and spices. They are folded in such a way that they have little dough handles at the top. In Georgia widely known as “hangover cure”
Meat BBQ (Georgian: მწვადი)
Fresh local market meat BBQ is other experience, If the “Mtsvadi” is served on a spit, the Georgian way is to slide it off using Georgian bread
Chvishtari (Georgian: ჭვიშტარი)
Chvishtari is a Georgian corn bread from the Svaneti region. Chvishtari is filled with cheese.
Khachapuri (Georgian: ხაჭაპური)
Khachapuri, Georgian cheese bread or cheese pie, is another staple of the Georgian diet. There are multiple versions of this tasty treat, as they are region specific.
Chacha (Georgian: ჭაჭა)
Borano (Georgian: ბორანო)
Georgian fondue, Borano is a very filling Ajarian dish; it is very rich and laden with calories. Its main ingredients are batter and eggs. There are several recipes for making borano, the most popular of which is prepared with eggs, cheese and corn flour. Regardless of the recipe, all types of borano have one thing in common-their excellent taste.
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Cover photo: Courtesy of Georgian National Tourism Administration