Best restaurants in Adjara

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    Guests

    Owner Alexander decamped to Batumi from his native St Petersburg for the climate, and in doing so has gifted this rather charmingly bohemian place to the local populace. Meals are simple and hearty (the chicken pelmeni are wonderful) and the wine pours freely as friends drop by to play impromptu concerts, read poetry or just hang out.

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    Old Boulevard

    The Old Boulevard has a refined atmosphere with deep sofas, floor-to-ceiling shelves of sculpture, and live classical guitar and piano in the evening. It cooks up great grills, seafood, Georgian classics and the odd international dish, such as fried duck fillet in berry sauce, king prawns in garlic or foie gras. There's also an excellent wine list.

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    Grill Town

    This big, buzzing, contemporary place, with large windows and a terrace facing the park over the street, is hugely popular with just about everybody. It serves very nicely done mtsvadi (shish kebab), khachapuri (cheese pie), khinkali (meat dumplings), sausages, chicken dishes and other Georgian classics.

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    Cafe Retro

    There’s no better place to decide whether you like khachapuri Acharuli, Adjara’s large boat-shaped variety of Georgia’s national fast food with a lightly fried egg on top, than this local institution widely considered to make the best in town. It even serves mini- khachapuri for those not entirely sold on the delicacy!

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    Uolli

    With its stylish bar, lovely staff, plant-filled backyard hung with fairy lights and various attractive dining areas, Uolli is a notable addition to Batumi's eating scene. What's more, on the menu you'll find plenty of vegetarian choice and a wide range of nontypical Georgian dishes, such as mussels cooked in a number of different ways.

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    Fanfan

    Shabby chic in decor and favoured by cool, arty folk (though not exclusive to them), Fanfan also prepares delicious food – especially the seafood and the lemon tart. In case you're travelling with your dog or cat, you'll be glad to know there's a menu section for them too.

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    Uncle Feng's

    A welcome break from Georgian standards can be had at this straightforward and friendly noodle bar with a large menu that runs from kung pao chicken to boiled dumplings, buckwheat noodles and fried aubergine with garlic and pork.

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    Kafe Literaturuli

    The Literary Cafe is a great stop for hot drinks and indulgent cakes and pastries, with a mildly artsy ambience.

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    La Brioche

    One of several cafes and restaurants around the Italian-style La Piazza, Brioche is a particularly choice spot for breakfast, pancakes, desserts and good coffee. It also has a library-style cafe in the adjoining tower.

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    Shemoikhede Genatsvale

    This large, brick-walled restaurant has a kind of tavern feel and a huge range of well-prepared Georgian dishes from khinkali or badrijani nigvzit to mtsvadi, trout or chakapuli.

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    Privet iz Batuma

    An old-world cafe with a pre-1917 theme, ‘Hello from Batumi’ is good for ice cream, cakes, salads, sandwiches and cocktails. The inside is air-conditioned and there are some pavement tables too.