The Telegraph writes about the Culinary Revolution in Georgia
05 September, 2018
The Telegraph writes about the Culinary Revolution in Georgia
The national British daily broadsheet newspaper “The Daily Telegraph” has recently published an article about Georgia entitled “A taste of the culinary revolution in Tbilisi, Georgia”. The author of the article recommends,to anyone looking for delicious cuisine away from their usual venues ,to add Georgia to their list right away.
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Georgian dishes

Georgian cuisine includes dishes for everyone including vegetarians, non-vegetarians and vegans. The Georgian people are very welcoming to tourists. They will help you navigate the city and find places
you are particularly looking for. Dishes at restaurants are prepared and cooked usually with fresh local ingredients.

Visiting the houses of locals, or the markets and meeting with local people are the best ways to get a feel for Georgian culture. Wine lovers have the chance to taste wines with a different appearance colourwise from orange, amber to the usual white and red ones. There is a wide range of restaurants and cafes in Tbilisi for any food or wine lover. Some of them are located on the hills overlooking Tbilisi. Georgian traditional food is focused on vegetables, cheese, butter and bread.

“Khachapuri – a delicious Georgian bread pastry with butter and egg – and Khingali Georgian dumplings, which resemble Chinese dumplings and are filled with minced meat, garlic and other spices.” – says the author of the article.
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Georgian food market

The houses and views are breathtaking especially in and around the old town. Apart from the restaurants serving traditional Georgian dishes, there are trendy cafes and bars serving cocktails that are very popular among the younger Georgian generation.

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

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