You don't find Armenian restaurants everywhere so it was great to be able to try something new. It's sufficiently like Greek food that you're not afraid to try things, but also not like any Greek restaurant you've ever been to.
The decor is ornate, over the top, but fascinating. There are bottles and pottery and plates and vases of fake flowers, and brass and glass and all kinds of objects covering almost every surface. Plenty to look at while you wait for your food.
The baba ganouge was garlicky and rich and my partner's lamb shaslik (? - sorry, can't remember exactly what it was called) was so tender that it must have been marinaded for hours.
Beware of the coffee though. It is VERY strong, but they give you the option of a slightly less intense version. Start with that one if you're not sure.
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