WE had dinner and party in private room. Service and Food was very good. Dancing was great and employees enjoyed.
If you want to get the true spirit of Armenian cuisine, that's the right place to dine. I would pay special attention to the menu - adorable names of dishes which make one smile. The only thing I don't like personally is the lack of windows - most of the halls in taverns of both location lack windows and are... More
If you want to dine in an Armenian national environment, taste national cuisine, and enjoy national song and dance, you might want to visit this place. I have been here many times, and always enjoyed it. Slightly overpriced perhaps, but unless you dine here twice a day, it will not show too much on your budget. Plus, it's never too... More
On the verge of becoming a favourite in town for tourists, it's a great find at the moment with a mixed crowd and lots of ambience. The barbecued meat we tried was DELICIOUS and so the hummus starter. Next time I won't ask for a wine recommendation, though... Don't sit by the musicians but don't miss this place! Very reasonable... More
This joint has nothing to do with Africa. Afrikyans were a family, which either owned this place or it was named to honor this old Yerevan family. In any case, the food is homey, tasty, and well prepared. Avoid sitting next to the music, try the downstairs. Instead of soft drinks, we asked for Tan - it's a local yogourt... More
Nice, clean traditional place, secret atmosphera of cellar, tasty food, good multilingual staff, at the evening - life music. I will return with pleasure
It's been a busy travel month for me and I was grateful to find this place next to the office of my partners. Nicely cooked meats and veggies, with local deserts and very affordable during lunch. They could do better with wine selection but that's not a big deal. Waitress didn't speak English but made no fuss about it and... More
We were happy to see many locals there, as it looked like the kind of place that could cater mainly to foreigners. In addition to good food at reasonable prices, we were treated to great live traditional music that might have been offered in a concert hall
We went with an Armenian friend who used to work there so we can't comment on the service. We really enjoyed the food...menu items all had an English option..favorites were the dolmas with both grape leaf & cabbage wrapping..we sat in the basement..nice "wood cabin" decor...watch out on the steps...the rug is a bit tattered...the value seemed great (although our... More
Great food, interesting locale, good traditional live music. Service questionable. Two of us orders first courses, the third only a main course. The main courses for the first two arrived before they had finished their first course, but the main course for the third person arrived 10 minutes later. But the excellence of the food and music was adequate compensation.
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