7 Tasty Places for International Food in Tbilisi

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7 Tasty Places for International Food in Tbilisi

7 Tasty Places for International Food in Tbilisi

As I moved to Tbilisi in 2013, I was always wondering how my friends were able to eat in international restaurants of Tbilisi. Seriously, having such a great national cuisine, how dare you!.. That’s what I was saying. Now, in September 2015, I gonna share with you some addresses, where you can get delicious food from different corners of our big world. Sorry, khinkali, but everyone needs a break from time to time. All the recommendations are based on my experience and taste only. Still wondering what is good for a 25 y.o. vegetarian? Follow me then.

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Storia Di Un Grande Amore: Torino, Part 2

Hi there! So, in my first post about Torino I stopped by the museums, right? Now let’s proceed to the third museum I’ve visited: Juventus Museum.  No wonder, taking into consideration the facts that I love football and my father was wearing Juve’s t-shirt all my childhood long.

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Italy: Perks of Having Local Friends. Part 1, Rome

Hi everyone! I’m writing this in a very friendly and polite manner, but in my head I am yelling «CIAO PAZZI!» and wave a piece of pizza in my hand. After one week long business trip to Berlin, which feels like home since a long time, I finally managed to fulfill my childhood dream and traveled to Italy.

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Istanbul: Never Boring, Always Special

People come to Istanbul for many reasons – some for shopping only, some for culture, some for “check! been! done!”, some for chasing opportunities in this rapidly growing metropolis. Not sure if I have my main reason. Twice I came here for big football (and it was very successful), once for sea and fishbread at Eminönü station only, and this time my main reason was EMITT, a big international tourism fair, where I was representing… Georgia, here you are right.

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