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Restaurant: Maspindzelo
Address: 7 Gorgasali St., 7 Bambis rigi St.
Tel: +995 (32) 230 30 30
Web site: www.mgroup.ge

Cuisine: Georgian, Khinkali-cafe   
Working hours: 10.00 – 24.00   
VISA    MASTER    MAESTRO    
 
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"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!"."> "Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".">In medieval times, when Georgia was a passing point on the empire route from Iran to Byzantium, for travelers to rest and dine there used to be small hotels called "Funduki" opened throughout the route. Once the travelers had their rest, the hotel keeper used to call "Aspin ja" to the guest meaning "the horse is delivered" in Persian. The combination of these words gave birth to the toponym "ASPINDZA" – the hotel and "Maspindzeli"(m-aspindz-eli) – the hotel keeper created by adding affix and suffix to the front and end of the root word respectively.

"Maspindzelo!" One hears the calling of a guest standing at the doorway. "A guest is a gift from God" answers the host and meets the guest with arms wide open. Thus, Georgian hospitality with the warm greeting, traditional Georgian dishes and other hospitality customs starts.

Quick service restaurant chain "Maspindzelo!" meets the guests with delight and personal attention of the host "Maspindzeli" (a waiter) attending each guest with the warm welcome a tray of cold starters on arrival. "Maspindzelo" restaurant takes pride in being the first to offer delicious seasonal dishes from updated seasonal menu. Hosts wearing akhalukhi, copies of the wood made traditional Georgian groaning table, selected family style dishes, kids and fasting menu, conceptual decor - welcome to "Maspindzelo!".