GEORGIAN CUISINE
First Georgian Restaurant to open this fall in Shaw, D.C.
14 August, 2017
Food news and dining guides for Washington, D.C. Eater DC, reports about opening of the first Georgian restaurant in Shaw neighborhood at 1205 11th Street, NW.

Supra, a Georgian restaurant, is about to open this fall to the Shaw neighborhood. D.C.’s first Georgian restaurant will introduce the residents of Washington to the diverse cuisine and ancient wines of the Republic of Georgia.

The chef for the gig is Malkhaz Maisashvili, the former chef of the Embassy of Georgia in Washington.
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According to the article, Malkhaz has got a lot of ancient Georgian recipes he gathered while traveling in Georgia for the TV show Treasures of Georgian Cuisine.

Here is what article says:

New details are emerging about Supra, the District’s debut Georgian restaurant which is now scheduled to debut this fall at 1205 11th Street NW. Co-owner Jonathan Nelms just tapped arguably the most qualified chef for the gig: Malkhaz Maisashvili, the former chef of the Embassy of Georgia in Washington.

Menu details are limited for now, but expect vegetable-packed small plates, fresh meats, breads, and cheeses influenced by Mediterranean, Greek, and Middle Eastern cuisine. Think: cheese-stuffed khachapuri breads, a walnut-sauced chicken called satsivi, and pkhali, a vegetable pâté, featuring traditional ingredients like pomegranates and walnuts sprinkled throughout.
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Malkhaz’s got an arsenal of ancient recipes at the ready he gathered while traveling in Georgia for the TV show Treasures of Georgian Cuisine. Also expect loads of wine stocked in a sleek and central display; The region is thought to be one of the first wine producers in the world, dating back 8,000 years.

The restaurant, which translates to “traditional celebratory feast,” plans to offer lunch, brunch, and dinner service.

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