Hosts
Tbilisi
Aza: Georgian cuisine with family recipes
Aza: Georgian cuisine with family recipes
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Profile
Standard Menu
Vegetarian Menu

  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance
  • Credit card is not charged until the host confirms your booking
  • Private experience

Avchala Street
1 Person
2-4 Persons
5+ Persons
Standard Menu 32 23 19
Vegetarian Menu 30 21 16
1 Person
Standard Menu 32
Vegetarian Menu 30

2-4 Persons
Standard Menu 23
Vegetarian Menu 21

5+ Persons
Standard Menu 19
Vegetarian Menu 16
5
Aza: Georgian cuisine with family recipes

Aza: Georgian cuisine with family recipes

Standard Menu
Vegetarian Menu
Aza will host you in Zahesi, far from the bustling city center, where her private house with a large, beautiful courtyard is located. The host has a dog (Labrador Retriever) and a cat. It takes 25 minutes to reach the host’s house from the center of Tbilisi. She speaks Russian, but her family members speak English. The host can receive up to 10 guests at a time. Aza can offer two types of menus.

What to Expect

Here is the host’s message:

 

I'm Aza, 53 year old accountant. This is my acquired profession. I am an engineer by education, but based on the fact, that the change of profession is a challenge for me, this time I thought about the profession of the host. However, hospitality is a genetic for Georgians. I love to cook, and healthy food is my top priority. You won’t feel bored with me. Fun, humor and delicious Georgian dishes all together are my family business card. Try and judge.

Below is the menu I can offer to guests:

 

 

STANDARD MENU: EXCEPTIONAL DINNER FULL OF GEORGIAN FLAVORS AND TASTES

 

Starter

  • Tolma (stuffed vine lives with minced meat, rice and herbs)

Main dishes

  • Salad with cucumber, tomatos, shelled walnut, garlic biscuits
  • Eggplant with shelled walnut
  • Georgian cheese mixed
  • Chicken shqmeruli
  • Mushrooms with cheese (sulguni) baked on clay
  • Adjarian Khachapuri (small)
  • Maize-bread on clay
  • Mother's bread

Dessert 

  • Pelamushi with almond and walnut (Jelly of grape juice boiled with flour)

Drinks: Homemade juice (kompot) and wine

 

 

VEGETARIAN MENU: 8 DELICIOUS GEORGIAN DISHES AND A SPECIAL DESSERT

 

Starter

  • Vegetarian Tolma (sweet pepper, rice and herbs)

Main dishes

  • Salad with cucumber, tomatos, shelled walnut
  • Eggplant with shelled walnut
  • Georgian cheese mixed
  • Spinach with shelled walnut
  • Mushrooms with cheese (sulguni) baked on clay
  • Beans prepared in clay pot
  • Adjarian Khachapuri (small)
  • Maize-bread on clay
  • Mother's bread

Dessert

  • Pelamushi with almond and walnut (Jelly of grape juice boiled with flour)

Drinks: Homemade juice (kompot) and wine

 

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If you want to change the dish or ingredient in the menu, leave a comment when booking.

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  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance
  • Credit card is not charged until the host confirms your booking
  • Private experience

1 Person
2-4 Persons
5+ Persons
Standard Menu 32 23 19
Vegetarian Menu 30 21 16
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Avchala Street
User

Michaela

September 2019
We were amazed by the concept of having a home-cooked meal with a Georgian family. We contacted GuestMe’s team and they accommodated our dietary requirements (vegetarian) and other preferences (red/white wine, meeting the dog or rather not). On a Saturday evening early September, we had a very warm welcome at our host’s place. Aza is an amazing cook and surprised us with a table full of homemade Georgian delicacies from Tolma, Ghomi and Baje, Khachapuri to Pelamushi and cake. She and her family shared fascinating insights into Georgian daily life, myths and the local food culture and made our evening very memorable.

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Anna

September 2019
We heard about Georgian Hospitality before traveling to Georgia, but with GuestMe we were able to experience it first-hand. We had the loveliest evening with our host family and would highly recommend to all visitors to experience it! Bring your stories, maybe even a small present for the host and immerse into an evening of Georgian hospitality.

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