The origin of the word Sirajkhana comes from ancient Tbilisi slang: Siraj (wine trader/maker, ancient Persian) – and Sirajkhana (wine house, ancient Persian).

After reviewing numerous publications, newspapers, released in 19-20 century, as well as talking to historians and Georgians masters of wine the Sirajkhana owners have added some modern touches and a unique collection of wine. The original Georgian-Persian cuisine is developed by the talented chef Keti Bakradze.