Khachapuri are delicious open-faced pies originating in Georgia and popular throughout all of the former Soviet Union. Many consider them Georgia’s national dish, but they are so popular that at the 2014 Olympics at Sochi, 175 000 khachapuri were eaten. The traditional adjarian khachapuri is filled with melted cheese and egg, and is eaten by ripping off pieces of the bread on the outside and dipping it into the middle.
Beet and tahini salad $4
Adjarian Khachapuri $14
A Georgian classic with cheese, egg, and chives
Lamb Khachapuri $14
Another popular pie with potato and lamb, and a walnut and plum sauce
All pies come with seasonal greens in a light dressing
Bliny with Tvorog 6$
The famous thin and delicate Russian crepes, with sea buckthorn sauce and fresh quark cheese
Prix Fixe Menu $23
Beet Salad + choice of Khachapuri + Blini
Roman Kliotzkin dreams of doing something cool with food, one day. With pop-up dinners at the Belljar Cafe, Monarch Tavern and The Depanneur under his belt, he blends Eastern European cuisine with modern techniques and seasonal ingredients.
Every Thursday The Depanneur is an ‘open mic’ night for culinary talent in TO, where we invite guest cooks, amateur or professional, to come and make their favourite dishes.