Very good prices, as the place is not in the downtown, but close to it.
Traditional Armenian hospitality with brandy variety of tasty food.
We had a glass of house white dry wine, which was really good and well cooled.
We wanted to try something really national and some ancient receipts. It was "ker u sus" - a pan with beef, potatoe and peas, made in the oven in its own juice. And "zangezur" - paying tribute to the name of the cafe - a gentle and fruitful lamb with quince. tomatoes, sweet peppers and onions - it was really special!
Grilled mushrooms on lavash were great as a starter. And people - the waiters, the cooks and the administrator were really nice and sincere! Definitely will visit again, when we come back to Yerevan
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