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A small, & upmarket restaurant in a homey atmosphere where you'll get personal attention, a lengthy wine list and some interesting local specialities. Its owner is an art collector, an American Armenian, who has returned to Yerevan. Probably you will meet him there, chatting with guests. The smallish restaurant features a laconic, well thought-out design. In warm weather, the meal can be savored on the cozy inner courtyard terrace, entwined by lush vines.
Such a cosy restaurant where you can feel home while dining. Dolma with mince meat and lamb shank are must try. Even though we were there at around 11 pm they did not even hesitate to serve us. Definitely recommended.
This restaurant deserves top rating for its exceptional menu and great selection of Armenian wine (especially Artsakh wines). This is not a budget restaurant but is not expensive by western standards either. It is fine dining at an Armenian price. Don't miss lunch or dinner...More
The location is super ideal being near to almost every tourist spots downtown Yerevan, easy to locate.
The ambience is romantically rustic and homey, loved the entrance door.
The staff were all friendly and no difficulty communicating with foreigners like us. Even recommending the best...More
If you want to taste traditional Armenian cuisine - you must visit this restaurant. Food is delicious and you cannot miss whatever you choose.
Take care in front of the building - there is big almost 100 years old grapevine tree in front.
On the first day of our arrival in Yerevan, we located this restaurant through online ratings and food choices. Located in a beautiful old wooden establishment, this restaurant gave a nice vintage feel.
The service staff is very friendly and welcoming, choice of food is...More
The food and service are exceptional at Dolmama. The restaurant is situated at the very heart of the city, on the picturesque Pushkin street, in the old house. It also has beautiful small garden. The interior of the restaurant is made with great taste and...More
The food was excellent but the restaurant had little atmosphere. We wanted to sit on the terrace / open area but were told it was not available. However there did not seem to be anyone dining outside. We enjoyed other restaurants in Yerevan much better