As for the menu, star dishes such as Khachapuri, one of the most iconic dishes of Georgian gastronomy, consisting of a baked flatbread filled with cheese and egg yolk, or Khinkali, a baked dough filled with different combinations such as minced meat and broth, an aromatic mixture of mushrooms and herbs, or creamy ricotta cheese. Starters include Badrijani Nigvzit, the traditional aubergine stuffed with walnut paste and spices in a light almond sauce, and Gebjalia, a cheese stuffed with tricota and green adjika (spicy Georgian herb sauce) with yoghurt sauce. Main courses include Kharcho Con Elarji, a mild prawn stew with cheese, corn and traditional walnut sauce, and Chaqapuli, a traditional recipe for lamb in tarragon and plum sauce. In Georgian cuisine, meat is one of the main ingredients. For this reason, Nunuka also has a grill section where customers can enjoy its Mtsvadi, skewered Iberian pork with baby potato and corn on the cob garnish, or its Qababi, a beef kebab with spicy Georgian sauce, coffee sauce and fresh leaves.