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Mayrig – Gemmayzeh
High standing Armenian restaurant
Review by Jean
Located in a warm and very carefully decorated old house, with stones and wooden ceilings, four rooms separated by arcades, Caucasian carpets on the floor, Mayrig restaurant is a very authentic and fancy place.
The restaurant offers a large variety of mouthwatering Armenian dishes like Itch salad, zetov dolma, sarma… The menu is well illustrated and if it’s not enough, the waiters are here to explain. Service is very professional and polite. We felt the place was very well managed. Dishes are nicely displayed, adding to the general high standing of the place.
Customers are chic, mostly upper-class visitors, with many foreigners.
Mayrig is a calm romantic place, to live a relaxing moment.
However, let me warn you, a few items in the menu can be quite surprising to an unused palate. For instance on our first visit we’ve had difficulty to appreciate the Fishna Kebab, but it may just be a matter of taste.Write a Review
Armenian traditional cuisine
Suitable for vegetarians. Serves alcohol.
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282 Pasteur Street (the one parallel to Gemayzeh street). Mansour Building.
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