Khedi Restaurant Tbilisi

In today's article, I am excited to announce the resumption of my restaurant reviews series, with a special focus on Tbilisi restaurants. I recently discovered a trendy restaurant called Khedi on Ketevan Samebuli avenue, and I cannot wait to share my experience with you.

On a rainy day in early April, my partner and I were searching for a decent dining place near the Tbilisi sea but were unable to find anything in the area. My partner suggested we consult her WhatsApp chat groups, where some expats highly recommended Khedi Restaurant, citing its incredible view of Tbilisi.

Upon arriving at the location and parking our car on a nearby street, we were a bit confused to find a hotel called Khedi instead of a restaurant. Nevertheless, we ventured inside and inquired with the receptionists about the restaurant's location. To our delight, they confirmed the existence of the restaurant and directed us to the 7th floor.

Views towards Tbilisi old town

If you're fortunate enough to secure a window-side table, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of the old town.

Mushroom soup

After being a vegetarian for over a year, I have found myself gravitating towards soups like this one.

Georgian Badrijani rolls

Badrijani rolls are a popular appetizer in Georgian cuisine that feature fried eggplant slices stuffed with a spiced walnut paste. The dish is believed to have originated in the western region of Georgia, but it has since become a staple in Georgian restaurants and homes across the country.

Adjarulu Khachapuri

I had always avoided trying Adjarian Khachapuri in Tbilisi, believing that the locals didn't know how to make it properly. However, I was proven wrong during a recent visit to Khedi restaurant, where I had a delicious and authentic Adjarian khachapuri that exceeded my expectations.

Desert at Khedi Restaurant

A delicious treat awaits!

Preparing food in front of you

We were treated to a truly amazing culinary experience when the food was prepared right before our eyes, taking us completely by surprise.

Khedi Restaurant is one of the best discoveries I've made in Tbilisi thus far. Though our total bill came out to be around GEL 130, slightly above average, it was worth every penny. Additionally, the restaurant is kid-friendly, as evidenced by the fact that they provided my 4-year-old with french fries, paper, and pencils to keep busy.

I highly recommend it!

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