17 Best Tbilisi Food & Cooking Tours 2022 - Best Tours in Tbilisi

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Private tour to Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyon
Tour ∙ 9 hrs
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16 EUR

Private tour to Prometheus Cave and Martvili Canyon

You'll spend a day exploring the Colorful caves in Prometheus and adventure in Martvili water canyon, will have opportunity to try Georgian traditional dishes, snacks and wine to learn more about culture and traditions of this country.
From
16 EUR
Visit Kakheti - Sighnaghi Full-day Group Tour with Lunch and wine tasting
Tour ∙ 10 hrs
 ∙ From 
33 EUR

Visit Kakheti - Sighnaghi Full-day Group Tour with Lunch and wine tasting

The one-day wine tour to Kakheti is a fascinating journey to the eastern part of Georgia to enjoy the mountain scenery, picturesque villages, wines, ancient temples get a taste of local life with Friendly.ge.
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33 EUR

Customer feedback about Food & Cooking Tours in Tbilisi

Rating 5.0 based on 52 reviews

Highlight of our two week visit to Georgia!
What an amazing experience. My sister and I were invited into Levan's grandmother's home - several floors up in a tower block just north of the centre of Tbilisi. They asked us to let them know which dishes we would like to make the day before, and they gathered all of the ingredients and had spent time preparing things so it was all ready. We made a feast fit for a king! Operating out of a small kitchen, which was fun and traditional! Levan had homemade qvervi wine as well as chacha and soft-drinks, and we sat and talked, and drank and ate the food for hours. Further members of Levan's family turned up, his mother, and his grandfather, and it was quite magical to meet three generations of Georgians, surrounded by incredible food and drink!

If you are visiting Tbilisi and are considering this "tour", don't hesitate, it was heartwarming, memorable, and I even made my first Georgian walnut paste last week to great success.

Thanks guys
Dan & Emma.
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
Highly recommended!
We spend our last night in Georgia (our trip took two weeks) with Mariam and Levan and had a great time. Most Georgians are very hospitable, but because of the language barrier, having a more in depth conversation can be difficult. Mariam and Levan speak perfect English, so we really got the chance to discuss our observations and ask them about Georgian food, culture and history. We 'helped' with the cooking (meaning we mostly drank wine and cut some vegetables) so will hopefully be able to try some dishes at home.

Thanks again for a great night!
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
What a wonderful experience
Mariam and Levan invite you into their home, they cook up the most delicious food for you and even travel to other regions of Georgia to get wine and ChaCha, which the Georgians drink themselves and which you can not buy in the supermarket.
About 5 min after you meet your two hosts, you feel as if you have known them for your entire life.
It was a fantastic and unique experience in Tbilisi and when I come back, I'll book dinner with them again. Yes- it was that nice and it was that good!!!!
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
A-MA-ZING
Beka is the best tour guide in Georgia. Period. I spent 3 days with him exploring the entire country and it was an unforgettable experience to say the least. He has become a great friend now and I hope to see him in the Netherlands one day to return him the favor. If you come to Georgia and you're looking for a great guide to show you around, don't look further. You'll have a blast.
Night Tbilisi Walking Tour
Amazing dinner!
I had some amazing foods prepared by the hosts at their place. They are both very friendly, great cooks, and good storytellers about Georgia and Tbilisi. It is such a unique experience to socialize with the locals and get a much better sense of their story and this great city of Tbilisi. I think it is well worth treating yourself to this tour. The food and wine were delicious!!!!
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
Fun and delicious experience.
I recommend to try this Cooking Experience! The owner Ge treated us very nicely, explained the whole cooking process in Russian and English, helped where it was needed, took the time to take pictures of us and he also gave us the recipes so we could take them home. We also could leave a drawing on the wall of the class and try on the traditional Georgian suits :)
Georgian Cooking Class: Make Adjaruli Khachapuri And Khinkali
What an Amazing Experience
I had a wonderul opportunity to be invited by Marian and Levan for dinner.

We started at 4pm with dinner preparation to which I was able to learn how to make some of my favorite Georgian food - eggplant with walnuts, baje.

Had a delightful conversatiob with Mariam and Levan and I get a chance to drink from the horn.

What an amazing experience!!!
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
Highly recommended!
Levan and Mariam are such a lovely couple! We joined them for cooking and they taught us the secrets to perfect Georgian dishes. The food was exceptional and the company was even better. We had a great evening, learning about life and tradition in Georgia and just enjoying ourselves. A true authentic local experience. Don't miss out!
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
Lovely time learning Georgian cuisine
I really wanted to learn the basic of Georgian cuisine and I was not disappointed! Our host was lovely and made it easy for us to learn.
There's no pressure in the kitchen, we were there to have a nice time and take the best souvenir away with us: knowing how to make kachapuri and kinkhali :)
Georgian Cooking Class: Make Adjaruli Khachapuri And Khinkali
Like going to a friend's place
This experience is probably the most since and authentic experience we had in Georgia. Great food, but mostly its really about the warm welcome that Mari and Levan gave to us. Highly recommended to those seeking for everyday experience in Tbilisi, and those who seek for great conversations.
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
Good food. Better company.
My wife and I had a great time, cooking food, eating food, and then chatting the night away. It was our last night in Tbilisi, and suggestion for others: book this for the start of your trip, so they can give you great advice on where to go and what to see. They know their country.
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
Interesting experience with locals
Mariam and Levan are a lovely example of a young Georgian generation: they are proud of their country, its history and love to present it to foreigners. Extra benefit is a fresh food prepared in front of you 👍
Thank you Levan and Mariam, kind regards from Slovakia 🙂
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
They're the best!
We had a khachapuri- and khinkali-making and eating session today and it was amazing, they are the nicest people and the food was really great. If I could give them more than five stars I would. Спасибо вам огромное, мы обязательно вернёмся!
Georgian Cooking Class: Make Adjaruli Khachapuri And Khinkali
Recommended :-).
Irina and Gio are such sweet hosts! It was a lot of fun, tasty food (the best khinkali so far ;-) and wine, which helped me to learn some new words. Truly nice experience! Thank you for a wonderful cooking class!
Georgian Cooking Class: Make Adjaruli Khachapuri And Khinkali
Fantastic tour with Beka
I had a great time with him for this night tour! He guided me to visit all beautiful nightview spots! I will visit with friends and I will ask his service again for sure!

Alex
Night Tbilisi Walking Tour
Great hosts and experience
Loved our hosts! Very kind and we had a lot of fun cooking, drinking wine and eating. Bring your appetite!
Georgian Cooking Class: Make Adjaruli Khachapuri And Khinkali
Very fun and informative
It was a good cooking class and they gave us a glass of wine with our meal!
Georgian Cooking Class: Make Adjaruli Khachapuri And Khinkali
C
A great experience with friendly & fun hosts!
We (2 Americans, late 20s) were not sure what to expect - but this turned out to be a wonderful addition to our trip itinerary! Mari and Levan are fabulous hosts who were excited to share their culture & experiences with us over the course of a delicious meal.

Levan picked us up from our hotel and brought us to Mari's home, where they had prepared an amazing meal - probably the best we had on our trip - with plenty of wine as well. We had requested a vegan menu, and they did a nice job of accommodating that request. We had a lovely evening chatting about their lives growing up in Georgia, sharing our questions & observations, and asking them a LOT of questions about their beautiful country.

At the end, Mari's father drove us to the funicula for an evening view of the city - it was a great way to cap off the evening. We can't recommend Mari & Levan more highly; they're genuine and hospitable hosts (with some awesome food too!). We were their first dinner guests, and we hope they get many more through this site!

Mari/Levan - Thanks again for a great evening!
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
J
Georgian Cuisine at its' Finest!
We absolutely loved our evening with Levan and Mariam sampling several of the dishes we had tried on our two week trip around Georgia and helping out with the cooking too! We were also able to try out a couple of new things which was great as the walnut sauce was a delight.
Levan and Mariam were very accommodating and we were able to select the key dishes we wanted to make with them including churchkhela which was apparently a first request!
The whole experience was fantastic and with more food than we could ever eat and all washed down with homemade wine we left with full bellies and fond memories. We are so pleased we went for this experience and would fully recommend it to anyone staying in Tbilisi who appreciates Georgian food.
Flavours of Georgia: Dinner at a Local Home in Tbilisi
B
We had plenty of fun and experience
We reserved the cooking master class as a surprise for my brother as he was visiting Tbilisi and it was a very great idea, we learnt how to make dumplings (khinkali) and an adjarian cheese pie with an egg called (adjaruli) and then we had them for dinner also we did order few things from the menu and everything tasted fresh, the atomphere was very cozy and relaxing we felt like we were at a home rather than a restaurant, we managed to buy walnut sweet sausages as suviners the place was easy to find its close to rooms hotel we walked up and took then second left, we will definitely come back again thank you we also live the black tea with thyme herb.
Georgian Cooking Class: Make Adjaruli Khachapuri And Khinkali

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