8 must-try Georgian dishes to eat in Tbilisi

While some of Russia’s gastronomic traits do carry over (read: lots of carbs, dairy and red meat), religious customs that call for meat-free dining at certain times of year means there are lots of options available for vegetarians. Inflected with aromatics and a surprisingly liberal use of chilli (thanks in part to its Persian and Turkish neighbours to the south), Georgian cooking also features loads of fresh herbs and some of the tastiest locally grown produce you’re likely to encounter anywhere in the world.

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