BATUMI, GEORGIA: With his dreadlocks, Davit looked more like a musician or skateboarder.
The 24 year-old Georgian said he was hoping to go to the US to work for a few years to gain kitchen experience.
”Then I will come back to share the experience here,” he said.
Risotto, kharcho and mtsvadi, a Georgian shisk kebab, are among his favorite dishes.
Davit said that Batumi has changed a lot over the past decade.
”If you look at photos from 10 years ago, it looks like a village. So much has been built in the last few years,” he said.