Georgian cuisine is known for its diverse flavors, spices, and herbs. Here are some of the main dishes that you can find in Georgia:


Khinkali; Traditional Georgian dumplings stuffed with spiced meat (usually beef or lamb), herbs, and onions. They are boiled and served hot with a sprinkle of black pepper.

Chakapuli; A stew made with lamb, tarragon, onions, white wine, and sour plums. It is usually served with mchadi (cornbread) or bread.

Satsivi; A chicken or turkey dish served with a thick sauce made from walnuts, garlic, and spices such as coriander and cinnamon.

Kharcho; A soup made with beef, rice, tomatoes, and walnuts. It is seasoned with cinnamon, coriander, and other spices, and served hot.

Mtsvadi; Skewered meat (usually pork or beef) grilled over an open flame. It is often marinated in spices such as vinegar, garlic, and onions before cooking.

Chakhokhbili; A stew made with chicken, tomatoes, onions, and herbs such as coriander and parsley. It is usually served with bread or mchadi.

Chanakhi; A lamb or beef stew made with eggplant, potatoes, tomatoes, and peppers. It is seasoned with spices such as coriander, cumin, and paprika.

Khashlama; A slow-cooked stew made with beef or lamb, potatoes, carrots, onions, and peppers. It is seasoned with spices such as bay leaves and black pepper.

Kubdari; A Georgian meat pie made with spiced beef or pork, onions, and herbs such as coriander and dill.

Lobio; A hearty bean stew made with kidney beans, onions, tomatoes, and spices such as coriander and cumin.


Chikhirtma; A soup made with chicken, eggs, and lemon juice. It is usually served hot with bread.

Khashi; A tripe soup made with garlic, coriander, and other spices. It is typically served with bread and a side of garlic or vinegar.

Lobiani; A bean-filled bread that is often served hot as a snack or breakfast food.

Pkhali; A vegetable dish made with beets, spinach, or other greens, mixed with walnuts, garlic, and herbs.

Types of khachapuri;

Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian cheese-filled bread. There are several types of khachapuri, each with its unique shape and filling:

Adjaruli khachapuri; A boat-shaped bread filled with melted cheese and topped with a raw egg and butter.

Imeruli khachapuri; A round-shaped bread filled with cheese and topped with butter.

Mingrelian khachapuri; A bread filled with cheese and topped with a mixture of tomato, garlic, and herbs.

Ossetian khachapuri; A flatbread filled with cheese, potatoes, and other ingredients such as onions, herbs, and meats.

Georgian cuisine is rich in flavor and variety. Whether you prefer meat, soups, or bread, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Georgian cuisine.