We walked past this restaurant several times and it looked interesting. The decor was particularly eye catching. We googled it and found out it specializes in Armenian food. Off we went for dinner. From the time we entered until when we left the service and attention we received was outstanding. While we looked at the menu we decided to try an Armenian red wine. It wasn’t the best wine I’ve ever drunk, neither was it the worst. My husband ordered lamb shank and it was big enough for two! I had lamb kabobs and they were excellent and cooked perfectly, tender and moist, not at all dry. We cleaned our plates and were too full for desert
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