Russian “Restaurant Rating” has published an article “Where to eat in Yerevan” where it singled out 10 restaurants and cafes.We offer to your attention extracts from the article.
Coffee House in a restaurant. It has its advantages and disadvantages. On one hand, there is a full menu, on the other, no coffee atmosphere for calm work.
The coffee house lost in the yards is for those who know. An exact opposite to noisy Afrolab: two floors of Nordic calmness and aesthetics.
The bright imagination of pastry-chef Anahit Mikayelyan designs elegant and modern desserts. From 9AM breakfasts are being served, international and Armenian classics.
European/Mediterranean breakfasts on the terrace near Cascade. Solid portion of omelets (with salad) and even more impressive “English breakfasts”, beautiful toasts with guacamole, good salmon and poached eggs.
Asador – is the main in Yerevan with its fish and seafood. They are brought from all over the world specifically for the restaurant. The menu consists of over 40 dishes from fish and seafood. It also has a lot of meat. Asador has a great wine room with all the shades of Armenian wines – these are the ones to be tasted.
A restaurant where you realize the whole richness of the Armenian cuisine and food. The menu is an interesting mixture of recipes from different regions of Armenia, even from Syrian and Lebanese Armenians.
Armenia is a country of snacks, so take the assortment to taste them all. Make sure to try sashimi in an Armenian style – from local trout with spicy Armenian pepper.
Yerevan Pandok Getapin
It has traditional Armenian cuisine but come here not to eat but learn how to cook. Book a gastrotour – cooking master class.
Accent/Vincent Wine Room
The key thing you need to remember – pizza here is being made in wood-burning oven exactly near the pool and a lot of Armenian wine is being served. Apart from pizza chef Hrant Tovmasyan cooks Armenian dishes with a European accent and vice versa.
In Dargett the cuisine is powerful. The menu is enormous. Pay particular attention to “Tex-Mex” section of the American-Mexican cuisine.