Location: 76 Ave B
People: JLam, RB, CK and myself
-At this rare Georgian spot in East Village, you can enjoy various Georgian specialties like soup dumplings, shish kebab and khachapuri, traditional cheese filled breads.
-All poultry and eggs are organic and grass fed here.
-There is a menu section devoted to khachapuri, and it is absolutely a must. Share it with your friends and enjoy the warm gooey cheesy, buttery heaven.
-Chizhi-Pizhi ($9, eggs topped with Sulguni cheese, tomatoes and bread at the bottom, oven baked) is a hearty and perfectly decadent brunch dish.
-Khinkali (hand-rolled soup dumplings, $10 for lamb) are very tender and flavorful, just be careful not to spill any of that yummy greasy juice.
-Each dish is large and great for sharing. Oda House is perfect for group dining on a cold wintry night.