Restorani Tbilisi

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Georgian food is quite an appropriately expression of their culture. Warmth, comfort, eating and hospitality all make sense when you try their Khatschapuri, Shashlik, stews and wine.

For sure a trip to Georgia would be nice but until then a visit to Prenzaluerg Berg would suffice. Located a few minutes from Schönhauser Allee, the place itself is not as clichée as one might expect. It is a mix of tasteful traditional décor and urban Berlin style, all wrapped up with a cozy fireplace welcoming you generously.

The food is tasty, flavourful, abundant in herb and spices filled with rich sauces.

We tried their Khatschapuri, a cheese filled bread, usually served as a snack or appetizer. We ordered their Shashlik, a very well marinated meat skewer (we tried both lamb and pork – by the way, pork wins), served on a lavash, a soft, thin, unleavened flatbread with grilled vegetables and two sauces; Sazebeli, a spicy tomato-paprika one and Tkemali, a plump sauce. Go with the plump sauce, it’s a win.

Staff was nice and friendly, but you might have to expect to wait a bit (more) in between courses.

Overall we strongly recommend eating at Tbilisi. Please do try their homemade Georgian Grappa Chacha. You know it’s a strong one if they bring tap water with it.

Khatschapuri, Shashlik, Tkemali

Georgian Grappa Chacha

Schönfließer Straße 15
Berlin 10439 Berlin DE
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Price/Person€ 25
Opening Hours
Monday Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday 5pm-12amWednesday 5pm-12amThursday 5pm-12amFriday 5pm-12amSaturday 5pm-12amSunday 2pm-12am
NeighborhoodPrenzlauer Berg
CityBerlin
Avg. waiting time15 to 20 minutes
Payment MethodsCash, Credit cards & Debit cards

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