Guests at Modi will be served by international professional dancers, can listen to a live folk music band, and savour the oldest wine in the world at Modi Georgian Cuisine.
The newly opened Modi aims to showcase the best in Georgian hospitality with a traditional menu which includes signature dishes such as penovani khachapuri and khinkali, among other famous georgian pastries, an assortment of meat, fish, and vegetable starters and traditional salads, authentic cheese such as the sulguni and gebzhalia cheese, famous soups such as the chikhirtma, sup kharcho and sokos tsviani, and an assortment of mtsvadi and josper, charcoal grilled organic and halal meat coming from the Georgian mountains.
Guests can also enjoy over 12 traditional main dishes that range from khbos chashushuli, stew calf meat with fresh tomato and Georgian herbs and spices to lobio kotanshi, Georgian dry beans with tomato, onion, savory Georgian herbs and garlic prepared in a traditional clay pot. The qatmis ghvidzli yaurma, chicken liver, pomegranate, onions, fresh tomato and Georgian herbs are also on offer.
The Georgian art to be displayed around the restaurant is circulated with new Georgian artists every three months. Modi, located at Sofitel Downtown is also the highest Georgian restaurant in the world.