Food tours in Tbilisi

THE 10 BEST Tbilisi Food Tours

Tbilisi Food Tours

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  • Tess Pollard
    London, UK5 contributions
    We had so much fun on this tour! Tsotne (who we lovingly called Toe) felt like one of our friends rather than just a tour guide – although of course he was armed with all the local knowledge as well! It was such a good way to get out of the city and see local life, try roadside freshly baked bread, cheese and wine, and enjoy a huge lunch in a family vineyard. We tried so many delicious wines and laughed the whole day long. Pick up and drop off was seamless. Tsotne was also helpful with bar/restaurant recommendations we asked for and even hooked me up with another tour guide for my follow on trip to Armenia. Thanks Traffic Travel – it was great!
    Written September 21, 2022
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  • sachaontheroad
    Sydney, Australia75 contributions
    Wow. Just wow. Luka took us an a foodie tour which was not only amazing for the quality of the food and authenticity, but the commentary, history and fun was exemplary. The cha cha tasting was so much fun. Nothing was too much trouble and it was the best value tour we've ever done. We turned up as clients and left as friends. DO THIS TOUR! You won't be sorry!
    Written September 24, 2022
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  • bermondsey-rocks
    London, UK17 contributions
    Had a great day with Maka - who is super knowledgeable about history and has a genuine passion for food. It was all perfectly leisurely - not masses amounts of walking but lots of destinations that were very authentic where locals hang out but thankfully no tourists. I felt like I not only got a great overview of the city but its food too - and ate some wonderful dishes en route. Highly recommended.
    Written July 27, 2022
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  • Tatiana Abou Khalil
    Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates5 contributions
    The whole experience was great and Nick tailored it to our interests. The sceneries and the cathedrals were beautiful and the wine tour was also very informative and fun
    Written July 13, 2022
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  • agutow
    San Francisco, CA3 contributions
    This is a great tour to experience many off-the-beaten path wineries that we would have never known about! Our guide, Zuka, was very knowledgeable about all aspects of the wine process. We got to meet many wonderful, local winemakers and even saw how a qvevri is made. Thank you for the fun and unique experience!
    Written October 30, 2019
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  • Sebastian P
    3 contributions
    We had an extraordinary tour through Tbilisi. On this occasion we got to know a lot about the city, the inhabitants, the culture and the history of Georgia, especially Tbilisi. The culinary trip is a must for everyone who stays in Tbilisi.
    I thank the organizer for this unforgettable day.
    Written January 2, 2020
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  • cha cha
    1 contribution
    Kakheti wine tour is a must try! We had an amazing time. We Loved the wine tasting experience. We enjoyed the bread making . Then we went at monastery and the view was incredible .The city of love had an interesting history as well. Our tour guide Georgi he was amazing. Very accomodating. We were feeling at home and we were extremely comfortable. We Enjoy and love the Georgian food 👌🏻. Unforgettable Experience for us. Thank you so much for the experience. 🥰
    Written January 1, 2022
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  • tako k
    1 contribution
    An English friend(an a colleague) of mine visiting Georgia kindly asked me to help him organize several day trips for us a month ago.I decided to choose a travel agency recommended by by a hotel where my friend was staying at.
    We were happy with all the services provided by a tour organiser-excellent car and a very experienced guide,very well planned-out agenda and sights.
    Our wine tour was a real highlight of our three-day-long tour with them but other two-up in the Caucasus Mountains and the other-visiting the cave town were equally nice and informative.
    Tako Korinteli and Edward Mclaren
    Written June 24, 2022
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  • Fabio B.
    Tbilisi, Georgia18 contributions
    I am from Switzerland and live in Tbilisi. This is why I already brought many friends of mine from my homeland to Georgia. If my guests wanted to have a tour, I always worked with Traffic Travel, because their tours are interesting, authentic and professional. Highly recommended!
    Written October 11, 2020
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  • Karen R
    14 contributions
    We, a friend group of four, have just returned home after spending a week in Georgia in the lovely company of Tsotne and driver Jeorgi (if I misspelled, apologies).
    One of us had found Tsotne’s company on TripAdvisor; there were only glowing recommendations, so our choice was easily made. Tsotne never disappointed.

    We arrived in Tbilisi on Saturday evening after the flight from hell on Georgia airlines ( 1.5 hours delayed, no food offered, only water and a very grumpy flight crew). Tsotne drove us to our hotel (Radisson blu in Tbilisi. Very comfortable, spectacular pool on top floor, great bed and bathroom) and already gave us loads of info on Georgian politics and the buildings we passed. He also advised us on possible restaurants for the evening. We took his advice and had a most amazing dinner at Alubali (6, Giorgi Akhvlediani St). Great food, lovely service and amazing Georgian natural wine selection.

    After a blissful night sleep Tsotne came to pick us up with our very capable driver(and those are hard to come by in Georgia, believe me). Tsotne showed us around and took us up to Narikala fortress. We walked the way down, past waterfalls, the bathhouse and other beauties. After we were driven up to Mtatsminde for a lunch of adjaruli khachapuri, bread in the shape of an eye with cheese, a raw egg and butter in the middle. You are supposed to stir this all together and rip bread off the edge to dip in. This was accompanied by a tarragon lemonade which was so tasty!!! (and wine of course). Considering that at that point we found ourselves in a calorie coma, we took the funicular down and were dropped off at the hotel. A nap was very much needed. Feeling ready for more food and alcohol we took another one of Tsotne’s suggestions and headed to Zodiako (6 Gia Chanturia St), home of the best khinkali in Tbilisiand home brewed beer. They did not disappoint…..

    The next day we were picked up early by Tsotne and Jeorgi for the drive to Stepantsminda, Kazbegi.
    On the way Tsotne showed us beautiful sights like Jivaro monastery and Ananuri church and fortress, and told us all about the history of Georgia, whilst doing interviews for radio and television. Turns out he’s not only a great tour guide, but also a much sought after interviewee…we were traveling with a local celebrity:).
    Tsotne and Jeorgi dropped us af at the Rooms hotel in Kazbegi after a wonderful lunch at cafe Kazbegya (hotel Rooms is located in a perfect spot with views for days. We had rooms on the monastery side; makes for a very nice way to wake up and start your day). Needless to say enough wine was consumed, and Jeorgi let us taste his homemade chacha…I don’t remember much of the rest of the day….
    The day after we made the hike up to Gergeti church. Very challenging, but definitely worth it. You can either climb up like a mountain goat, or take a road that goes there as well and is somewhat less challenging. While we were there it was closed off, which ensured we would make it up to the monastery alive. After the hike down we were in dire need of refreshments, so cafe Kazbegya it was again.

    Tsotne and Jeorgi picked us up the next morning and drove us to Kakheti, the Georgian wine region. It is quite the schlepp, but beautiful vistas,sights and several naps made it very doable. We had the pleasure of staying at Lopota resort; a gorgeous resort and spa situated around a man-made lake. Lots of pools, great spa with excellent massages and several restaurants on the property. There’s lots of stuff to do but we didn’t have much time, since wine was on the agenda. The other great thing about having Tsotne as a tour guide is that he knows his wines. He makes wine in the old way himself, and could tell us lots about how it is made, the different kinds and even sent us off with a bottle of his own good stuff (which our co-travelers immediately confiscated, but we hope will be consumed together…:)). We visited three places, winemaker Lagazi (who we nicknamed Buddha because of his beautiful way of looking at life and the world- and we loved looking at him). The second place was a friend of Tsotne who makes natural wine, but just for own use where the family served us an amazing Supra cooked on coal and wine clippings. The third visit was wine maker Okro. The latter built a tasting room and restaurant in the gorgeous town of Sighnaghi, with the most beautiful views. Another well-spent day.

    The next day we headed back to Tbilisi, for two more days of eating and drinking our way through the city. For our last day Tsotne had arranged for us to meet up with a Georgian lady named Katy. She hosts supra at her house, and we were lucky enough to be able to partake. We met her at the market, where we stocked up on the necessities for the typical Georgian meal. We then took off to a wine shop, which happened to be the one owned by John Wurdeman, who was there that day and is, of course, a friend of Tsotne. Guided by his expertise we picked up three amazing bottles of natural wine, one of which was from his own vineyard, Pheasant’s tears. Katie resided over the meal , serving as tamada (toast master), and all the while cooking us a beautiful meal and entertaining us with song and stories. This afternoon was the perfect way to end our week in Georgia. This week would not have been as amazing without our wonderful guide Tsotne and driver Jeorgi. Everything was effortless for us, the only reason we could see all that was planned is because they got us everywhere without a glitch, conserving our energy for what was important to experience, and evening out our path where that was best.

    The only point of improvement would be for Tsotne to have his shirts made so we can advertise his company here in the Netherlands….he is an absolute rock star!!!
    Written July 26, 2021
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  • Patricia S
    9 contributions
    This was one of my best trips in recent history. I can’t stop telling folks how wonderful everything in Georgia was! From the breathtaking geography, the cultural delights, scrumptious foods, awesome music, evening scene, the people! The people were amazing and so kind and helpful. The cost of things was negligible and staying at the British Hotel in the heart of the city was worth significantly more than we paid; the staff and owner are awesome and everything made you feel like you were at your dear friends home! Waiting to book another trip there this year!
    Written November 29, 2019
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  • Brooklyn Gale P
    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates2 contributions
    my favorite part was when we went to KTWinery. We were assisted by Mamoka and Demetre. They gave us a private tour all throughout our trip. Very accomodating,takes )
    good photos and suggests good activities.❤️❤️❤️
    Written December 11, 2021
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  • Nicolas G
    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates21 contributions
    We went to Georgia for 9 days and we went through a few tours with Georgian Vacations and Nick. This was a great experience. A lot of History, and a lot of annecdotes while going through the different sites. I also attached pictures we took in the different tours. I can recommend Nick and Georgian Vacation with no hesitation.
    Written August 6, 2021
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