Batoni Khinkali translates as Mr. Dumpling, explains Levan Tskhadadze. The professional clarinetist opened the restaurant in downtown Amsterdam in February 2017, and it has thrived thanks to its unique offering of delicious Georgian food combined with live jazz events. Diners choose from three starters and three mains, with vegan and vegetarian options available. “The recipes were handed down to me from my grandmother,” explains Tskhadadze, who began cooking Georgian food after moving to Holland. The restaurant seats around 30 people inside, and in the summer there is a lovely outdoor terrace also seating 30 people.