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D. Aghmashenebeli 132, Tbilisi, Georgia, 0112

Serves meat, vegan options available. Wine bar and restaurant. Has English menu that specifies what is or can be vegan. Among the vegan choices are Georgian classics such as khinkali with mushrooms (stuffed dumplings), lobiani (bean bread), and eggplant with walnut sauce, plus salads, soups, and starters like a paste made of pumpkin seeds and a stewed onions with herbs. Staff can speak English and will assist with your order. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-11:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, Pizza, Beer/Wine, European, Georgian, Non-veg

2 Reviews

First Review by mamba

Georgian Restaurant? Not a serious vegetarian restaurant - Edit

First of all, if this restaurant is added than you can add all Georgian restaurants because all Georgia.

Second, there are several other restaurants in Tbilisi with real vegan and vegetarians options.

I would not recommend any vegan to eat Khinkali in Georgia because they are most likely boiled in the same water which is used the whole day for boiling khinkali with meat as well.

Pros: Georgian food

Cons: not a real vegetarian restaurant

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Delicious! - Edit

Very good restaurant, that is ideal to get to know Georgian food, as they have an English menu that indicates which dishes are vegan or can be made vegan, and the staff speak very good English and can explain everything to you.

The ambiance is really special, with much attention to detail. You can even sit in the old wine cellar! So it is the perfect place to spend an enjoyable evening!

The food is excellent. We had a selection of different starters, which all tasted very good, salad and lobiani (a pita bread filled with bean puree) and the mushroom khinkali (Georgian dumplings). All recipes are recipes from an 19th century cookbook.

For Georgia, this is a very expensive place, but well worth it. When you are used to Western European prices, you will find it cheap.

Georgia is a great place for vegans. Many Georgians are very religious, and the Georgian-orthodox church has very strict fasting rules. During fasting times people should not eat any meat, eggs and dairy. And there are many fasting occasions per year, e.g. every Wednesday and Friday, before Easter, before Christmas, when someone has died…. So it is very easy to get vegan food in every restaurant that offers Georgian cuisine, not only in the places listed on Happy Cow. Many dishes rely on grounded walnuts instead of cream. Popular vegan dishes are ajapsandali (stewed vegetables, mostly eggplant), sweet peppers or eggplant with walnuts and spices (badridjani nigvzit), lobio (spicy beans). Mushroom dishes are also very common, salads are always on offer (tomato and cucumber, beetroot…). Georgians use lots of herbs and spices, so that even seemingly simple salads and vegetable dishes taste great!

Pros: Great atmosphere, Great food, Helpfull staff

Cons: Expensive

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