Fusing western Armenian and French cuisine, the menu at this fashionable basement restaurant includes salads, traditional village dishes such as dolma (meat, rice and herbs wrapped in vine leaves) and manti (meat ravioli topped with yoghurt, garlic, tomato and butter), oven-baked fish and steaks sizzled on hot stones at the table. It's worth saving room for a dessert, as these are particularly good. There's live music most nights.

There are two additional spaces in its basement – a lounge with beanbag seating and a cafe serving pizzas (AMD1600 to AMD2400), burgers (AMD2100) and wraps (AMD690 to AMD990). These are accessed from a second entrance in the side street.