This restaurant takes its name from ancient eastern Georgia, which was once known as Iberia – so be prepared to try traditional Georgian cuisine.
There’s plenty on the menu to explore, with soups like borsh, vibrant with red beetroot, carrot, cabbage and onions, served with sour cream. For the more adventurous there is khashi, a soup made with cow’s feet and tripe.
Dig into hearty stews for the main course, like ostri – a beef and tomato dish with coriander and Georgian spices – or try homemade dumplings packed full of juicy meat.
Be sure to taste some of the wines: Georgia still uses winemaking methods developed 8,000 years ago, giving a unique aromatic flavour and subtlety to their wines, particularly the whites.
Venue Details & Map
Iberia Georgian Restaurant
294-296 Caledonian RoadIslingtonLondonN1 1BA