Natia opened up to the Georgians needed in Bratislava: “I was thrilled by how similar Slovakia is to my home country”
When it comes to Italian, Japanese or French cuisine, probably everyone knows what they should imagine. However, Georgian cuisine is still a mystery to Slovaks. The new Pirosmani’s Samovar restaurant, founded in Bratislava by Georgian Natia Sukhiashvili, has the potential to change that.
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Natia first visited Slovakia as a tourist in 2018. “I was amazed at how Slovak culture is similar to the Georgian one. places reminded me of those in my home country, even people here look similar to ours. Plus, I think I’m having a great business opportunity here. ” an explanation of why she decided to move to Slovakia.
Before Natia arrived in Slovakia, she worked for five years as a journalist and business coach. She has participated in many television projects and has held several public service positions in the last five years in Georgia, such as as Head of Public Relations and Mass Media at the Prosecutor General’s Office. She says that if someone had told her a few years ago that she would do business in a restaurant business, she would not believe him.
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What will you learn after the departure?
- What a spontaneous idea changed Natia’s life.
- What kind of business did she start in Slovakia?
- Why she moved permanently to Slovakia and remained lonely in Bratislava.
- What inspired her to establish a Georgian in Slovakia.
- The importance of Georgian food and wine in the European context.
- What should you try out of the 70 dishes on the menu?
- What does Natia think about Slovaks and what does she like about Slovak cuisine?
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