• CLOSED: Tiflisi

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available.Restaurant serving a variety of traditional Georgian dishes. Ask for the vegan options. Accepts cash but no change can be given. Grill opens at 5:30 PM on Saturdays, and khinkali (dumplings) must be pre-ordered. Reported closed August 2023.

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5 Reviews

First Review by MariaKristinaIngege


Points +3430

30 Jan 2023

Dig it but has become almost prohibitive

Georgian food isn't readily available in Stockholm, which makes Tiflisi a rather unique restaurant choice. It certainly doesn't hurt that they serve a wide range of vegan options either. When I visited with a friend about a year ago, he was somewhat bummed about the fact that they weren't offering the grilled soya steak anymore. I thought it would just be a result of the pandemic, but just a few days ago I paid them another visit, together with a different friend, and realised that wasn't the case: the pirogi and the dumplings must be ordered ahead, so beware. While this limited our options, we weren't about the let it ruin our expectations.
For a starter we went for a safe bet, the filled aubergine, which once again proved to be utterly yummy. We also ordered the two vegan mains available at that point, which were quite good.. but at over 200 sek each, they'd better be. The red bean stew lobio was perhaps better value for our money, since it was served with some corn bread and pickled vegetables, which enabled us to get a bit fuller. As for the aubergine stew, let's just say some rice or any kind of side would have been expected.
The food at Tiflisi is tasty, made with care, and the premises charming enough. On the downside, the smell of sewage by the bathroom wasn't exactly in tune with that. And yes, the fact that there's little to no competition in terms of Georgian food (or covid, or inflation, or all of the above) may have allowed/forced this restaurant to increase its prices to what you would find at, say, the posh area of Stureplan... but I don't think bathrooms over there have that smell!
While they reconsider some business aspects, which I presume they're doing, they might as well update the prices on their website: around 30 sek lower that they turned out to be.. and the soya steak that my friend wasn't able to enjoy is still there, despite having disappeared from their actual menu. Georgian coffee may sound enticing too, but our friendly waiter was puzzled to even hear of such a drink.



Points +22

21 Oct 2022

Rustic Georgian cuisine

A variety of vegan options, not too expensive. The pickled tomatoes are wonderful. Rich selection of Georgian wine.


Points +67

05 Mar 2022


Loved the place! Great vegan dishes (really fresh and light), great service and drinks. Recommend the aubergine. Authentic atmosphere. Go here!


Points +728

22 Oct 2019

Georgian food is amazing

The food is just delicious! So many dishes to choose from!

About the previous review, I can understand the impression of the staff as their level of friendliness can differ quite a lot from time to time, but overall I haven't had any really bad experiences.


Points +124

30 Sep 2019

Kind of good food but really bad service

I've been here twice and both times our orders got mixed up. The second time it got so bad I decided on writing this review. The major issue is that I got dairy on a clearly labeled vegan dish, and received the starter at the end of the meal.

The portions are small and quite expensive, some dishes are very good - especially the starters.

If you want a crazy experience and dealing with rude staff and not receiving any compensations for over one hours' worth wait, plus mixed up orders then come here. I will never go back, but I will try to find another, hopefully nicer Georgian place.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, nice venue

Cons: Expensive, dairy in vegan dish, rude staff

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