- Complimentary khachapuri when you dine at the restaurant
If you’ve never had Georgian food—and we’ll wager you never have—you’re in for a treat. The former Soviet republic of Georgia boasts unique culinary traditions but also shows influences from Eastern Europe, Greece, Turkey, and the Middle East. Supra, which is the name for a traditional Georgian feast, is helmed by Executive Chef Malkhaz Maisashvili, who cooked at some of Georgia’s most acclaimed eateries as well as the Embassy of Georgia in D.C. Here, he artfully spins out toothsome Georgian dishes, like the cheesy flatbreads known as khachapuri and soup dumplings called khinkali, drawing on ingredients like walnuts, pomegranates, amber wine, and much more. Supra earned a coveted 2019 Bib Gourmand designation from Michelin, one of 39 D.C. restaurants so named, and ViaMichelin lauded its “deeply satisfying cuisine.”
The Fine Print
For those who are unable to eat khachapuri (cheese stuffed bread), the restaurant will offer a complimentary salad.