Old Tbilisi Garden

Eastern European, Kebab
$ $
174 Bleecker St (Sullivan St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 470-6064
Monday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday
12:00pm - 11:30pm
Saturday
11:00am - 11:30pm
Sunday
11:00am - 10:30pm

Tips

  • Apart from the excellent khachapuri ($12 to $16) blistered and bubbling, you'll want to start with an order of lamb khinkali ($8), juicy steamed dumplings the size of baseballs.
  • There isn't a richer starter at any restaurant in New York than adjaruli khachapuri ($16), a freshly baked bread shaped like a world champion wrestler's belt, with straps on each side.
  • Everything is delicious
  • The bread with cheese in the middle was delicious and surprisingly very filling! Decor is okay.
  • The tolma are delicious! Also, Georgian wine is top notch.
  • The phkali quartet is a delicious sampler to start an authentic Georgian feast.
  • Traditional Georgian food only blocks away from Kimmel, it's like traveling without a passport!
  • We have weekday special from Monday - Wednesday! Also, we have free music almost once every week. Please check out our website, Instagram and Facebook page for updates :)
  • Anything with cheese. And dessert!
  • The shoti bread is so simple looking but tastes divine. Comes with some of the stews, which are perfect for a cold day.
  • Loved their hachapuri, khinkali, and walnut spread appetizer. Their lamb was too dry. Tarragon Georgian lemonade was also delicious!
  • Adjaruli was excellent, with bread&cheese melting in your mouth, so was the lamb shashlyk (shish kebab). Lobio was less spicy than I expected - traditional Georgian cuisine has to burn your tongue!
  • This and the green goblin juice !
  • Khachapuri and khinkali are the best
  • Amazing Khinkali :)
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  • Georgian is probably the best Eastern European cuisine. This place is a great opportunity to try it in the city. Order Satzivi, Adjarian Khachapuri, Mtsvadi () and some Saperavi wine.
  • Delicious food that competes right there with the best you find in Tbilisi (lived there for two months). Khinkali are amazing, so is the adjaruli khachapuri. A must for lovers of Georgian cuisine!
  • Fabulous food and atmosphere
  • Delicious dumplings and Cornish hen!

Nearby places

W 4th St (btwn MacDougal St & University Pl)
116 Macdougal St (btwn W 3rd & Bleecker St)
92 W Houston St (btwn Thompson St & W Broadway)