Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace

20 Telavi Street, Tbilisi 0103 Georgia
+995 322 77 20 20

Dining


Explore Modern Georgian Cuisine

At Sheraton Grand Tbilisi Metechi Palace Hotel guests can savor Georgian cuisine with a modern touch at Ati Restaurant, international and local cuisine in Feast, the all-day dining restaurant. The hotel also features bar Craft House and the unique Wine Library. The Lobby Bar and Sheraton Club Lounge are the perfect places to connect with friends and colleagues in a warm and comforting environment. 

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Ati

A Modern Georgian Grill

Open for dinner

Dress code: Casual

Ati Restaurant Ati Restaurant

International

Feast

Come relax and have a delicious meal!

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner

Dress code: Casual

Phone: +995 322 77 20 20

Dining Services

Room service, 24-hour

Room service

Breakfast

Buffet breakfast, fee from 20.00 USD

Continental breakfast, fee from 13.00 USD

Full American breakfast, fee from 13.00 USD

International, 1.1 MILES

In The Shadow Of Metekhi

Shadow of Metekhi offers cozy ambience along with wonders of local cuisine. Our guests are welcome to enjoy Georgian national songs and dances on a daily basis.

Open for lunch and dinner Dress code: Casual Phone: +995 322 30 30 30

International, 1.4 MILES

Organique Josper Grill Bar

Shadow of Metekhi offers cozy ambience along with wonders of local cuisine. Our guests are welcome to enjoy Georgian national songs and dances on a daily basis.

Open for lunch and dinner Dress code: Casual Phone: +995 593 73 50 83

French, 2.2 MILES

Dinehall

Every human being is entitled to an honorable life and good food. Here at Dinehall Tbilisi, we serve freshly prepared dishes using only the best locally sourced produce. In that sense we claim to be the world’s first fresh-casual-cafe-restaurant.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Dress code: Smart Casual Phone: +995 322 00 16 16

American, 3.6 MILES

Hard Rock Cafe Tbilisi

Hard Rock Cafe Tbilisi is located within a restored wine factory, which was originally built in 1896 by famous Georgian industrialist and philanthropist David Sarajisvili, who is known as the founder of brandy production in Georgia.

Open for lunch and dinner Phone: +995 322 40 14 01

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