Everything was just OK. This was suposedly the highest recommended restaurant in Yerevan and it was below our expectations. Perhaps others wouldn't mind, but there were multiple screaming babies, men were smoking inside the restaurant (which had no venthilation or open windows), and there didn't seem to be any air conditioning on during mid-August. It is worth mentioning that what my Armenian grandmother and mother made are drastically different from what is on today's "traditional Armenian" menu. The food is what it is, but there was nothing memorable, and many options were disappointingly unavailable. If you have the money, go and perhaps you'll have a better experience. Otherwise, try elsewhere.
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