Cheese is the spotlight in the city of Tbilisi, hosting an annual Georgian cheese festival. This year, on 22 July the festival will be held in Mtatsminda Park with large companies and farmers participating. Visitors will be able t...

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The peach harvest has begun in Georgia’s eastern Kakheti region, and while you'll be able this juicy organic fruit at any open market in the capital now- you can't beat driving east to directly buy a bucket of freshly picked produ...

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To launch the summer issue of Where.ge, the team and around 100 specially invited guests took to the beautiful new Old Tbilisi restaurant of Meama, just up the hill from Meidan Square and set on three cozy but spaciously designed ...

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While the first dish that comes to mind from this western Georgia region will most likely be the common-buy-it-on-every-street-corner Imeruli khachapuri, there are many, many other dishes from the region to try, most of which are ...

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If you grew up in an urban or suburban environment in a high-income country, like me, you are probably used to having most fruits and vegetables available in the supermarket year-round and recognizing most of what you see in the a...

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Fancy something kooky or different this lunch or dinner time? Try any of the restaurants below. Be it the décor or the menu, they are guaranteed to offer a lively and inspiring experience.


Located in a truly charm...

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Cuisine, as it stands today, is the product of the generations which have preceded us. Each of those involved has added his or her brick to this great edifice of gastronomy. – said world renowned French Chef, Guy Savoy. Echoing th...

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Forget all the “mega giants” of traditional Georgian cuisine like Khinkali, Mtsvadi, and Khachapuri, and even roasted piglet! There are much more elegant, tasty, mouthwatering dishes to try, and fried aubergines (eggplants) with n...

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Nestled in the Mziuri Park in Vake, this café enchants all its visitors. The modern interior design and the exquisite cuisine are above the usual standards. The team of engaged coffee lovers doesn’t just run the café, bu...

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Lela Grzybowska, PR and Communications Manager at La Boheme

I moved to Tbilisi three years ago. My mother is Georgian and my father English, so I was always in Tbilisi during the summer holidays, and it was really nice to come ...

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Well, let’s be honest. Georgia is a fantastic country, but for traveling across this picturesque and mountainous Caucasian region one needs to have nerves of steel. Motoring out of Tbilisi is a smooth ride, with cars usually stick...

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The first thought crossing one's mind when entering food places foreign to the local cuisine is the excitement at the impending chance to please the taste buds with an alternative spice and produce conglomeration, but the second t...

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