FOODTRIP IN GEORGIA

No doubt that scenery in Georgia is superb and breathtaking. It is proven with all the places we visit in a span of 4 days. Aside from the awesome surroundings, our group also enjoy our bonding moment when it comes to food. Our guide, Giorgi, accompany us on a local restaurants so that we can try the authentic Georgian cuisine.

We actually ate from different restaurant and each has their own specialty. Though, some menu are almost alike but in every place we dine in they have at least 1 or 2 ¬†something new to offer. Our table is always full but due to our ‘gutom moments‘, these are some of the orders we take and captured by our camera.

We, Filipinos, are all for rice but when we were in Georgia, we often got a bread instead as part of every meal.

ADJARULI KACHAPURI (open cheese bread)

 

IMERULI KACHAPURI (cheese-stuffed bread)

SHOTIS PURI (traditional bread)

SOUP

BACON SALAD

SLICED CUCUMBER

 

PKHALI BOARD (spinach with wallnut)

SULGUNI CHEESE (similar to mozzarella)

NADUGI CHEESE

KHINKALI. After eating a lot of steam khinkali, it’s late to figured out that we don’t have any photo except for this fried one. Gutom na nga.

MTSVADI (grilled pork). This is one of the most remarkable cuisine we tried in Georgia. A very simple dish yet so juicy and tasty. Maybe it’s come from animals fed with grass only.

RICE. We thought that we we’ll have it again once we’re back in Dubai but we were surprised when the waiter asked if we want rice. Of course!

CHICKEN (in different cuisine)

GEORGIAN SAUSAGE

MIXED VEGETABLE

MUSHROOM WITH CHEESE

CHURCHKHELA . Aka Georgian Snickers. String of nuts covered with dry grape syrup. This is what we bought as pasalubong to our family/friends in Dubai.

BEER. The boys in our group would like to try it. Okay.

CHOCOLATE DRINK

COFFEE

GEORGIAN WINE.

Presenting to you..the happy visitors who fell in love with Georgian cuisine.

 

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