Oda House

Row 1

76 Avenue B (at E 5th St)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 353-3838
Eastern European, Mediterranean
$ $
Mon–Thu: 3:00 PM–Midnight Fri–Sun: 11:00 AM–Midnight

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  • One of the only sources for Georgian good in Manhattan, now something of a hub for Georgian expats. Though some dishes come underseasoned, the khachapuri (cheese bread) is great.
  • I'll be returning here until I try every item on the menu and then just for the favored and them all over again
  • Be adventurous with the menu -- it was all new to me but with each course the combination of herbs and spices along with the other fresh ingredients made for a culinary delight. 2 big thumbs up!
  • Service was beyond terrible, but food was tasty.
  • Village Voice is proud to welcome Oda House to the 2014 Choice Eats food fest! http://bit.ly/1cRzdNV. Their khatchapuri is the perfect caloric marriage of bread and dairy.
  • Went here a sunday night. Try the adjaruli khachapuri, stuffed bread with cheese, butter and poached egg. They have live music too, which was very good!
  • Yum alert! Get the neopoli and ideali for dessert.
  • Service left something to be desired, but cheesy breads were quite tasty.
  • Trio is delicious and good to share. Imeruli (one of the Khachapuri -Traditional Georgian cheese breads) is also delicious. Will come back to try the other khachapuris.
  • ! !Georgian cuisine is very tasty here! Service sure to order hachapuri!
  • Adjaruli is like a bread bowl of melted cheese, egg, and butter and is the greatest thing I have ever tasted.
  • New York Magazine Cheap Eats issue says to try the adjaruli khachapuri, stuffed with feta and mozzarella and topped with a poached egg. Bonus: Georgian wines served in traditional clay cups.
  • The adjaruli khachapuri is stuffed with feta, mozzarella, and poached eggs. Enjoy yours with traditional Georgian wine and fall in love.
  • Georgian version of soup dumplings and khatchapuri (cheese bread) that will make your knees weak. Chicken shish kebab also GREAT
  • Great Georgian food! Tastes just like my childhood in Tbilisi. Definitely try Pxali
  • If you're craving Georgian, this may be your only option. The cheese boat bread (whatever it's called) is an awesome snack. Rest of the food is pretty middle of the road. Georgian wine is not good.
  • You basically can't go wrong here. From eggplant to pickles to lamb, it's all delicious.
  • Fantastic and totally authentic. Great comfort food.
  • Fabulous combinations of flavors, I particularly liked the sausage bread and the dumplings. The Georgian red wine has such a lovely purple color (and taste).
  • Khachapuri is amazing!