Eat & Drink

Georgian capital is high on the list of cities worth a visit. With new interesting restaurants, cafes and bars springing up, Tbilisi is home to a thriving culinary scene.

In-House Restaurants

Boasting some of the most innovative culinary concepts inspired by generations-old recipes.

Cafe Stamba

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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."


The Kitchen

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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

Lobby & Bar

City Restaurants

A quick guide to some of our favorite city eateries to get an authentic Georgian dining experience.

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.

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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

Cafe Littera

Housed in the rear romantic garden of the Georgian Writers' Union building, Littera is a pioneer of "new Georgian" cuisine.

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Hidden in a typical Tbilisian yard in the backstreets of old Tbilisi, Shavi Lomi offers great Georgian fusion. "Gobi" is their most famed platter for sharing, loaded with delectable Georgian treats.

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Cozy garden serving traditional Georgian cuisine with modern touch.

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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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