I can't imagine how this restaurant has any poor reviews. The prices are definitely higher than many places in Yerevan, but I think the food is well worth the price. I may have a different perspective re: price having lived in Manhattan for 7 years and now Sydney, but finding eggplant parm that tastes like my grandmother's is priceless! We went with a large group of people and the staff were more than accommodating in combining 7 tables for us. They never complained when a few more friends dropped by to join us and took their orders separately even though we were nearly done. There were almost 20 of us by the time the night was over and we were all tasting food from each other's plates. There was not one thing that we didn't like. From memory we tried a few pizzas, the eggplant parm, pine nut linguine, gorgonzola risotto, pesto spaghetti, beet salad, caprese salad, ravioli, lasagna, and tiramisu. The highlights for me were definitely the eggplant parm, lasagna and tiramisu. My mouth is still watering thinking about this meal and I will definitely be back next time we are in Yerevan.
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