Oda House in the East Village is one of the only authentic Georgian restaurants in the City, offering up delicious breads, cheeses and other items local to the Eastern European country.
In this video from Eater, watch as the kitchen prepares an authentic Khachapuri from scratch, and try not to drool all over your screen.
In the nation of Georgia, one dish is such a staple of the cuisine that its price is used to track inflation from region to region. It’s called khachapuri, and it is an eggy, cheesy, bready miracle. To learn more about the dish, the Eater team visited Oda House, a traditional Georgian restaurant in New York’s East Village. Watch the video above for a look at making khachapuri from scratch.