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Italian Cuisine

Most people’s idea of Italian cuisine is a combination of spaghetti, lasagna and pizza. In fact, if you visit Italy with such a narrow view of Italian cuisine, you will be pleasantly surprised at the variety of food that Italians eat.

The reason for this variety is simple. Italy
has nineteen regions, each with its distinct cuisine. In addition, Italian cuisine changes according to the seasons. Fresh ingredients are of utmost importance in an Italian kitchen. As a result, you will discover that the summer cuisine is different from the winter cuisine.

Each region, and sometimes even a city, will have regional specialties that they are very proud of. 

Traditional Italian menus have five sections. A full meal usually consists of an appetizer, first course and a second course with a side dish. It's not necessary to order from every course, but usually people order at least two courses. Italian meals may last one or two hours or even longer.

 

Dzveli Kalaki (old City)
Georgian, Italian
1 A. Bakradze St. (near Didube bridge), 10 Tabukashvili St.

Filini
Italian
hotel "Radisson"

Panetteria
Pizzeria, Italian, Confectionery
3a Zhgenti St.; 77 Tsereteli Ave.; 60 Barnovi St.