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We stopped at Arya after a long afternoon of walking. We were a party of 4 adults, 2 older kids and an 8 month old. We were seated right away and offered drinks. Our server helped me select an exquisitely refreshing drink after I informed...More
My wife and I were looking for a place where I could have a steak (typical American) and her kebab (typical Iranian).
We found both at this restaurant and I was surprised by how good and how affordable the meal was. They had a wide...More
My husband is Persian and he was very disappointed with the quality of the "Persian" food. I was disappointed with the portion size of the dishes we ordered, small for the price, and the fact that they had run out of rice (?!?!) as well...More
The food was good - can't say that I will be back - nothing extraordinary. The service was okay - again nothing extraordinary. We ordered tea. When we got the tea it has cinnamon flavor in it. When we asked to change out tea, the...More
The Sumak on the table was good. Our Barbecued fish was big, rick was fine, lavash tasted fresh and good. Grilled vegetables were tasty because the local vegetables are tasty in Armenia. It is impossible to go wrong there. The staff were clueless and yes...More
we were excited to find this restaurant serve pork when it clearly state that it is Halal at the entrance of the restaurant. the brochure of the restaurant we saw in the hotel lobby also stated the restaurant is halal.
Pathetically overpriced meal. three quarters of the plate was rice. The chicken kebab was overcooked like the price.
Asked for a cappuccino and the waitress wanted to know if i wanted it cold. When i told her they are normally served hot, she returned to...More