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Eat & Drink

Whether it's your first time visit to Georgia, or another getaway to the city, there's always something new to be discovered. Tbilisi's food scene evolves so fast, it's hard to keep up with the new restaurants, cafes, and bars. Read about the hippest foodie hangouts in our column and keep your dining agenda up to date.

In-House Restaurants

You've arrived at Rooms Hotel Tbilisi, a former publishing house in the charming Vera neighborhood and today a chic hotel with high-end hospitality. On property there are numerous areas where you can hang out, whether it's the Kitchen Restarant, Lolita, Bar Room, or the Garden Bar. They are favorites among the sophisticated crowd.

Cafe Stamba

Café Stamba is where the industrial chic aesthetic shines brightest. A menu of modern comfort food makes an easy segue between Georgian and international cuisines with expertly crafted cocktails on offer at the adjacent Pink Bar, bounded by an outdoor terrace. One can also enjoy a charming Chocolaterie and Roastery presenting a selection of high quality artisanal chocolate made in-house, and coffee.

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Garden Bar

There's nothing better than a warm summer day spent in the Rooms Garden Bar. It's the ultimate urban retreat inspired by lush surroundings. Sip a few mouthwatering cocktails or order the most delicious New York style cheesecake.

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"Delectable breakfasts, cheerful staff, and an unbeatable location make the Rooms Hotels properties an excellent home base for wine-centric excursions both inside and outside the city."

Departures

The Kitchen

At The Kitchen, every dining experience is a modern retelling of Georgian diverse culinary traditions. You'll find local farm-to-table style with inspiration from contemporary cuisine. Our welcoming staff is always ready to assist with your order.

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"Tbilisi today has a reimagined dining scene. Instead of the same standard-issue 10 dishes, post-Soviet restaurants are bringing a humble magic to dining in Georgia’s capital city, with a focus on all things organic."

The New York Times

Lolita

The buzzing hip social scene should not be missed in the city, and Lolita is definitely the place to spend an evening with friends. Right across Rooms Tbilisi, it's located in a building once home to Georgia's most prominent cultural and artistic figures. Watch delicious European food and munchies being prepared in the open style kitchen.

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Bar Room

The no-reservations Bar Room is reminiscent of a classic New York drinking den. It can get busy, especially on the weekends, but offers a nice respite from the city bustle. Handcrafted cocktails and gourmet bar snacks are served in the chic surroundings of the bar and terrace until 2 am.

City Restaurants

Tbilisi's dining revolution has experienced the recent boom of exceptional new restaurants. Visitors are given even more reasons to head to the city. Here you'll find out favorite hotspots that truly leave lasting impressions. Bon Appetit!

Keto&Kote

Tbilisi's charming restaurant is named after the famous Georgian opera and lauded for traditional cuisine. The atmosphere is all about recreating traditional dining with a modern take. With intimate outdoor and indoor setting, Keto&Kote is the ultimate romantic hideaway.

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"Like this wonderfully hospitable country, which has an alphabet no one else reads, a language no one else speaks and a currency used by no other nation, Georgian wines are as unique as the dishes they accompany. "

The Independent

Shio Ramen

There's no other destination in Tbilisi that knows Asian cuisine like Shio Ramen. It's the hotspot set in Fabrika Hostel's courtyard, jam-packed with energetic youngsters and travelers. Seaweed tempura and pork buns are definitely the most demanding menu items.

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Manu

Lofty eatery with airy interior serving European cuisine. Aside from the delicious cuisine, you can expect a view from the floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Littera

Tbilisi's charming restaurant is named after the famous Georgian opera and lauded for traditional cuisine. The atmosphere is all about recreating traditional dining with a modern take. With intimate outdoor and indoor setting, Keto&Kote is the ultimate romantic hideaway.

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Shavi Lomi

Situated in an old Tbilisi style house, Shavi Lomi is the hangout of the city's artsy society. The cozy atmosphere is present in the the garden seating as well. Here, diners experience the chef's ambitious fusion creations, including beef in Saperavi wine and couscous with shrimps.

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Khasheria

US-trained Chef, Tekuna Gachechiladze is the mastermind behind Georgian fusion cuisine. Today she runs the Khasheria restaurant across the domes of the sulfur baths, renowned for its spicy soup-Khashi, the traditional hangover cure. Shopping Georgian pepper paste on spot is what adds the spice.

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“The roots of the local cuisine stretch back almost as far, to the sixth century, when Tbilisi was a trade stop on the Silk Road. You can taste the world in the local dishes”

New York Times

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