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"Tsiskvili Group Unveils 'Tsiskvili Terrace'—A New Culinary Experience in Tbilisi"

"Tsiskvili Group" has unveiled its latest dining venture, "Tsiskvili Terrace," which opens its doors today in Tbilisi. Located at 80 Zviad Gamsakhurdia Embankment, this new establishment marks the eighth addition to the "Tsiskvili" restaurant chain. The venue features a variety of spaces including a hall, a terrace, and areas with stained glass.

For over two decades, "Tsiskvili" has been at the forefront of premium dining experiences in Georgia. “We strive to continually innovate and enhance our offerings. 'Tsiskvili Terrace' is a testament to our team's dedication and creativity, and we are confident it will quickly become a favorite among our guests,” stated Giorgi Shvelidze, General Director of "Tsiskvili Group".

The design of "Tsiskvili Terrace" incorporates natural materials such as clay and wood, alongside machined metal details and abundant plant life. “This restaurant sets itself apart with its lush, green terrace that offers stunning views of Tbilisi, a summer bar, and a stage. The hall's Show Kitchen and stained-glass spaces are also standout features, allowing guests to watch their meals being prepared,” explained Akaki Chkhaidze, the project’s architect.

The restaurant features a variety of open kitchens, serving both the renowned traditional Georgian dishes of "Tsiskvili" and innovative seasonal offerings by the brand chef, Alex Natadze. “Our kitchens are equipped with both open and closed grills, including Josper and Parrilla. We’ve also imported a special oven from Italy specifically for this location to ensure the highest quality of our baked goods. Guests can expect the same premium quality and diverse flavors 'Tsiskvili' is known for,” added Natadze.

"Tsiskvili" first made its mark on the Georgian culinary scene in 2002 with "Ethno Tsiskvili." Today, the chain includes eight restaurants around Tbilisi and its outskirts, along with the multifunctional space "Theatre" and two premium product markets, "Tsiskvili Bazari".