TOP 10 „MUST TRY“ FOODS IN ADJARA
Georgian cuisine is known for its colorful diversity, use of different techniques and traditional table layouts. There is no similar term or concept in the world for a Georgian Supra, a feast of epic proportions and diverse dishes led by a toastmaster or Tamada.
Tamada, besides leading toasts to a variety of subjects, should also guide the evening and entertain the guests with song, poetry, and storytelling. Toasting tradition is prevalent throughout the Caucasian countries; however, the Tamada is a uniquely Georgian phenomenon.
Traditional Georgian dishes such as Satsivi, Mtsvadi, Khachapuri, Mchadi, Khinkali, Chkmeruli, Pkhali with walnut, bean, etc. dominate in Adjarian cuisine as well. Apart from traditional Georgian dishes Adjara is also famous for its local cuisine.
Resulting from the specific lifestyle in the highlands of Adjara, milk products represent the main component in their nutrition ration. Winter offers its conditions to the highland population - there arises the necessity to preserve the products for a long time.
There are a lot of dishes with vegetables, meats and fish as well. Also, sweets play an important role in Adjarian cuisine.