The first time I tried Khachapuri was a few years back in a restaurant by the same name in Moscow. The discovery of this cheese filled bread and stories I was told of Georgian wine, eventually made me book a trip to Georgia. I was not let down. Every food and wine lover will feel at home and want to return. So when I heard of a restaurant serving Georgian food 2 stations by the tube from where I live in Stockholm, this was exciting news.
Tbilisi’s Hörna turned out to be an eclectic little restaurant, not only serving Georgian cuisine but also displaying Greek dishes on the menu, as well as Italian pizza! A bit of everything but it’s for the Georgian food I come back (or phone for delivery when lazy). Enjoy the meat or mushroom filled Khinkali, Georgian dumplings. And if you are a carnivore, you don’t want to miss out on the Lulla kebab. Vegetarians should make a point of visiting this place too, Georgian cuisine encompasses a plethora of choice from the vegetable kingdom. Try the walnut and garlic filled eggplant rolls and the mixed salad choice. And did I mention the Khatchapuri bread? Order too much and just ask for a doggie bag to bring home.
The place has a friendly and laid back vibe with locals dropping by to collect take away pizza. Great value for money.