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Five Course Georgian Feast Dinner with a Glass of Champagne! £50 per person

Food and Wine

Menu 2013 at Georgian restaurant Tamada

The Georgian cuisine is very specific to the country, but also contains some influences from the Middle Eastern and European culinary traditions. The cuisine offers a variety of dishes, high in various herbs and spices. Each historical province of Georgia has its own distinct culinary tradition. The food, in addition to various meat dishes, also offers a variety of vegetarian meals.

Cold Starters

  1. Salad 'Olivie (V) root vegetables, eggs, spring onions, pickles, dill & mayonnaise

£5.00

  1. Georgian Salad (V) tomato, cucumber, lettuce, spring onions, sweet pepper & walnuts

£5.50

  1. Ispanakhi (V) steamed spinach with onions, herbs, garlic & walnuts

£6.00

  1. Citeli Lobio (V) red beans with walnuts, herbs, garlic & Georgian spices

£6.00

  1. Badrijnis salata  pan-fried aubergines with garlic & coriander & mayonnaise

£6.50

  1. Sacivi chicken in a traditional Georgian garlic & walnut sauce sizzling

£7.50

  1. Badrijani (V) stuffed aubergines with onions, Georgian spices, garlic & walnuts

£7.50

  1. Meze (V) Mispanaki, badrijani, citeli lobio, and salad olivie

£8.00

  1. Meze for two (V) ispanaki, badrijani, citeli lobio, and salad olivie
    (Meze for three is available, ask staff)

£15.00

Soups

  1. Chikhirtma chicken soup with wheat flour, lemon juice, onions, herbs and garlic

£6.50

  1. Borscht (V) cabbage, carrot, and beet root soup with onions, herbs and garlic

£6.50

  1. Kharcho beef soup with rice and Georgian spices and garlic

£7.00

Hot Starters

  1. Baby potatoes (V) pan-fried sizzling baby potatoes with dill

£5.00

  1. Soko (V) slowly cooked mushrooms with onions and Georgian spices

£6.00

  1. Lobio (V) red beans with coriander & garlic (available as a main course)

£6.00

  1. Blini spring rolls filled with beef, onions and eggs

£6.50

  1. Soko Kecze (V) baked mushrooms with cheese

£6.50

  1. Kuchmachi pork lungs, livers and hearts, with onion and Georgian spices

£7.00

  1. Sulguni Kecze (V) traditional Georgian melted cheese on a clay pot

£7.00

From Our Bakery

  1. Shoti Puri traditional Georgian bread from the charcoal oven

£3.50

  1. Mchadi traditional Georgian corn bread (two pieces)

£6.50

  1. Lobiani (V) stewed red beans filled baked flat bread

£6.50

  1. Khachapuri (Imeruli) (V) cheese-filled griddle baked flat bread

£7.50

  1. Adjaruli Khachapuri (V) cheese-filled baked bread topped with eggs (requires 25 min.)

£12.00

Main Courses
  1. Lobio (V) stewed red beans with coriander & garlic with sour cabbage & beetroot

£9.00

  1. Ajapsandali (V) ratatouille with aubergines, potatoes, sweet pepper, and tomatoes

£9.50

  1. Chakhokhbili chicken braised in tomato sauce with fresh herbs & mashed potatoes

£11.00

  1. Chqmeruli ( Tabaka) flat fried chicken in garlic sauce served with baby potatoes

£13.00

  1. Tolma - Golubci minced pork&beef, with fresh herbs & onions and rice wrapped in cabbage leaves and served with sour cream

£13.00

  1. Trout (pan-fried) served with sizzling baby potatoes, dill & coriander/vinegar sauce

£13.00

  1. Salmon pan-fried with sour cream & caviar sauce, baby potatoes & dill

£14.00

  1. Ojakhuri (Shashlik) pan-fried marinated pork , potatoes, onions & plum sauce

£14.00

  1. Chashushuli veal casserole in spiced tomato sauce, fresh herbs & mashed potatoes

£14.00

  1. Khinkali traditional Georgian giant dumplings with minced juicy pork&beef, onions & herbs (6 pieces, requires 45 min.)

£15.00

  1. Khachos Khinkali (V)  giant Georgian dumplings filled with ricotta cheese & fresh mint, served with butter (6 pieces, requires 45 min.)

£16.00

  1. Chaqapuli lamb casserole in wine & plum sauce, tarragon, fresh herbs & shoti puri

£16.50

  1. Jarkoe'Tamada Special 'baked layers of veal, golden fried onions, baked potatoes, cheese, herbs & tarragon, topped with black paper & mayonnaise (requires 45 min.)

£17.00

Sauces & Extras

  1. Arajani (Smetana) sour cream

£2.00

  1. Side Salad fresh vegetables with herbs

£3.50

  1. Adjika spicy hot sauce

£3.00

  1. Tkemali'home-made plum sauce

£3.00

  1. Puree mashed potatoes with butter

£3.00

  1. Baje traditional Georgian walnut sauce

£5.00

  1. Mjave pickled vegetables including Jonjoli (flower buds of European Bladdernut)

£6.00

  1. Selection of Georgian Cheeses

£6.50

 

Desserts

  1. Black Coffee

£2.50

  1. Tea black or herbal

£2.50

  1. Fresh mint tea

£3.00

  1. Home-made Jam

£3.00

  1. Georgian Coffee Georgian style with a bite of a walnut cake

£4.00

  1. Georgian Tea with a homemade jam

£4.00

  1. Selection of ice creams

£5.00

  1. Georgian Pudding (Pelamushi) red grape juice jelly with walnuts

£5.00

  1. Ideali traditional Georgian walnut cake

£7.00

Soft Drinks

  1. Water still or sparkling glass

£1.50

  1. Water still or sparkling bottle

£3.00

  1. Borjomi Georgian mineral water (bottle 0.5l)

£3.50

  1. Tarkhuna tarragon sparkling water (bottle, 0.5l)

£3.00

  1. Juices orange, cranberry, apple, pineapple, tropical (glass, 250ml)

£3.00

  1. Coca Cola regular or diet

£2.00

Download menu in PDF

All dishes may contain nuts or traces of nuts. Prices include VAT.

A 10% discretionary service charge will be added to your bill.

Thank You For Dining At Tamada!

Meze (V) ispanaki, badrijani, citeli lobio, and salad olivie

Wine List 2014 at Georgain restaurant Tamada

Georgian Cuisine in Georgian Restaurant in London - Wine colleGeorgia - the oldest wine producing region in the world - is often referred to as "the birth place of wine" or "the cradle of wine making". Due to the many millennia of wine in Georgian history, the traditions of its wine culture are entwined and inseparable with the country's national identity.

Read more: Wine List 2014 at Georgain restaurant Tamada

Wine List at Georgain restaurant Tamada

Georgian Cuisine in Georgian Restaurant in London - Wine colleGeorgian Cuisine in Georgian Restaurant in London - Wine colle Georgia - the oldest wine producing region in the world - is often referred to as "the birth place of wine" or "the cradle of wine making". Due to the many millennia of wine in Georgian history, the traditions of its wine culture are entwined and inseparable with the country's national identity.

Read more: Wine List at Georgain restaurant Tamada

Opening Times

Dinner: Tuesday to Saturday 
18:00 to 23:00
Sunday 18:00 - 21:00
Lunch: Saturday & Sunday
13:00 to 15:30;
Last order 22:15
MONDAYS CLOSED
Takeaway is available


Georgian Restaurant "Tamada" serving authentic Caucasus cuisine in London

and offers wines from the Cradle of wine making.