Come here if you want to hear great live Armenian music. It's a great experience even if the lights are way too bright. The food is completely forgettable. Avoid the beef hearts, very disappointing.
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We were two couples who dined at Old Erivan after attending a ballet performance at the Opera across the street. We started with bread, greens, humus, baba ganoush, cheese and summer salad Everything was extremely fresh. The kebabs were tasty. There was traditional Armenian music...More
Very nice place overlooking the city: the opera is very nearby... Food is very good, very tasteful. Staff very polite and helpful: they are well-educated and trained. Life music, at times a bit too loud. A place to remember and to come back to.
It was tricky to make the order in english as the staff spoke nothing else than armenian and russian. Finally managed to order what we wanted. The food was definitely good (and needless to say when in Armenia, it was cheap). Close to the Opera...More
Old Erivan is a place just opposite Opera. It has 8 levels with each level having different themes and music. The one i tried is in level 2. I had the dolma and the grilled trout (ishkhan) which was perfect to my taste. Service was...More
If you want to have greate time with your friends and or family you can visit the 8th floor of this restaurants and have wonderful time with violinists and you will never regret to your decision .. thank you Old Erivan restaurant`s for good serving...More
Went here on a recommendation from the hotel and was very pleased I followed their advice. The restaurant is one floor up from street level and to approach it you enter through a street level self service café. The stairs are easy to climb but...More
The food here is not bad and slightly cheaper than Pandok Yereven @ Tavern Yerevan. The borsche, solianka, steak & trout which we ordered were delicious but slightly on the salty side as is most food in Yerevan. Surprisingly there were no other customers there...More
We ended up going to Old Erivan eager to taste traditional Armenian meals. We regretted our choice of a restaurant shortly after being seated. There were customers at only 2 tables out of maybe 20. However only one of us (2 persons) got a menu....More
The food served was not very good. The atmosphere was loud and crowded. The food was tasteless and in some instances overcooked as it "stuck to the platter". Perhaps if the food had not been pre-ordered for the group and we would have ordered from...More