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Breakfast buffet at Fabrika | © Baia Dzagnidze
Breakfast buffet at Fabrika | © Baia Dzagnidze

The Best Breakfasts and Brunches in Tbilisi

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Updated: 12 December 2017
Generally speaking, many Georgians don’t eat breakfast at all, opting for caffeine instead. A typical Georgian breakfast includes tea or coffee with a slice of bread with a spread of butter or eggs or oat porridge for those who are trying to stay in shape or shifting to healthy eating. As there’s no proper breakfast custom in the country, Tbilisi doesn’t boast many spots for breakfast lovers, and cafés often open up late; however, be sure to check out the following places.

Entrée

Cafe, European, $$$

For early birds and proper breakfast lovers, local French bakery and coffee shop chain Entrée offers a couple of varieties to jump-start your day. If you are in a hurry, you can grab a coffee and any pastry for a very reasonable price. If you’d like to sit down, then grab your favorite book or newspaper and enjoy your morning meal.
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Mon - Sun:
8:00 am - 10:00 pm

Atmosphere:

Fast Casual

Coffeesta

Cafe, European, $$$

Similar to Entrée, Coffeesta is another local coffee shop chain that offers simple breakfast options for those who like to have breakfast early. You can take a coffee with a muffin, cookies or a croissant for 5 GEL ($2).
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Mon - Sun:
8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Atmosphere:

Fast Casual

Fabrika

Cafe, European, $$$

Fabrika is a former Soviet sewing factory turned into a multipurpose complex adorned with modern yet straightforward and sophisticated design. There are many things that make Fabrika a trendy place in Tbilisi, and breakfast is one of them. Here you can experience an à la carte buffet with pretty much everything you desire for only 21.34 GEL ($8). You’ll find salads, fruits, pastries, homemade yogurt and jams on the counter, while chefs will make an omelette on request right in front of you.
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Barbarestan

Restaurant, Cafe, Georgian, $$$

This trendy dining place is almost always reserved days in advance. What makes Barbarestan so popular is the fact that a family with 10 children has revived recipes from a 19th-century cookbook written by chef and feminist Barbare Jorjadze. Barbarestan, which translates to “at Barbara’s,” has a very diverse breakfast menu as well. Here, you can eat three different breakfast combos for 25 GEL ($9) or try out variations of scrambled eggs, pancakes, pies, salads, or various dairy products.
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Sun - Mon:
8:00 am - 12:00 am

Meal service:

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert

Brotmeister

Cafe, European, Austrian, $$$

This Austrian-style bakery with a cozy atmosphere offers a couple of meals for breakfast lovers. You can either have toast with three ingredients of your choice, an omelet or scrambled eggs, a chicken sandwich or bruschetta with salmon. And if those options don’t call out to you, Brotmeister also offers porridge, cheese patties, a muffin with bacon or quinoa porridge.