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Fish Restaurant In Tbilisi, Georgia

Posted on December 2, 2016. Filed under: Georgian Cousine | Tags: , , |

A new Fish Restaurant has opened in Tbilisi at Beliashvili street, Dighmis Masivi. It is the only fish restaurant in Tbilisi, where you will be served with different kinds of sea products. The restaurant is famous for its grilled fish.

The restaurant is two-storey and has a veranda too, where in warm weather or in summer enjoy nice view of the river Mtkvari.

 

The restaurant also offers Georgian traditional dishes with different kinds of Georgian wine and chacha.

So, visit the Fish Restaurant and enjoy your time with the live music and peaceful environment.

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Cheese Fest 2016 Tbilisi, Georgia

Posted on November 8, 2016. Filed under: Georgian Cousine, News |

By Tika Bujiashvili

On November 6 Tbilisi hosted annual Georgian Cheese Festival at Rose Square. More than 45 companies introduced locally produced different kinds of cheese, accompanied with Georgian wine and honey. As Ana Mikadze, a Head of Cheese Producer’s Association of Georgia, said Cheese House had introduced 101 kinds of cheese.  Cheese Cake was cut by The Minister of Agriculture of Georgia. The first piece of the cheese cake was given to a man, who had eight children.

The main goal of the Festival was to focus on showcasing products from young farmers who are motivated and seek to reproduce Georgian cheese recipes that were either long forgotten or lost. Participants of the Festival were from all parts of Georgia.

The Ansamble Balada helped the fest to be more entertaining by singing Georgian songs. The festival was well organized and it really became as a public fest. In the end of the Fest, the members of Balada sang some Georgian songs with people.

The cheese festival was organized by the Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia.

This video is not good quality, but it’s worth watching as it shows emotions of the Fest-really Tbilisian emotions.

See photos here:

 https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B9nSbTt5bVNRV3FjOThRX19MOUE?usp=sharing

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Cheese House

Posted on October 13, 2016. Filed under: Georgian Cousine |

Georgian cheese is among our Top 10 Best Georgian Dishes and truly almost all Georgian regions are famous for their white cheeses. However, there are cheese varieties than even Georgians are not aware of.
Ana Mikadze, a passionate cheese gourmand, and her son, have been striving to revive forgotten varieties for many years. They established a store concept – Kvelis Sakhli (Cheese House) that already counts 3 stores in Tbilisi. The first one was opened on Kazbegi avenue.

Photo Source: Cheese House Facebook Page

The place is absolutely amazing. Rarely has anyone seen such abundance of unique and authentic cheeses. You can find cheese aged in wine and honey, spiced cheese, cheese with cocoa, mint and other herbs, and many other varieties that have to be tasted rather than explained. These are all well aged cheeses that can be easily transported, so they could serve as yummy present for your foodie friends.

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Churchkhela At Badagi shop

Posted on October 13, 2016. Filed under: Georgian Cousine |

Have you ever heard about Churchkhela? Churchkhela is the best-known home-made sweet in Georgian traditional cuisine. These Georgian national sweetmeats are made of nuts beaded on a thread and cooked in flour-thickened grape juice. Georgians usually make Churchkhela in Autumn when the primary ingredients, grapes and nuts are harvested. It is a string of walnut halves that have been dipped in grape juice called Tatara or Pelamushi and dried in the sun. No sugar is added to make real Churchkhela!

Churchkhelas are getting dried…
Photo Source: Badagi Shop Facebook Page

Georgian warriors carried Churchkhelas with them because they contain many calories. The best Churchkhela is made in Kakheti region that is famous as the motherland of wine.

Natural Churchkhela of the highest quality in Tbilisi you can get at Badagi Shop!

  • +995 597 11 10 22
  • N2, Miminoshvili Str.N18, Mitskevichi Str.

  • Mo-Su: 11:00 – 22:00

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