Great food, great value, great people at this Armenian restaurant.
This place is top drawer, and very consistent. It's not a fancy place for a dressy event, but there are groups eating there a often. I wish they had a "wine list" but they do have a house red cabernet. I recommend the lamb kabobs and the vegetarian plate, but occasionally I just have to go with something junkier like the schwarma :-)
so so middle eastern food.
I live not too far from this place and have driven by it for years and always wanted to give it a try, so over labor day weekend we did just that. I am a vegitarian and that portion of the menue is extreamly limited. Thats ok I was in the mood for a falafel anyway. My Fiance got a chicken dish. The service was spotty, in fact only one waiter was there for the entire room. When we first sat down he promptly gave us a menue but it took a while before he came back and once the order was placed he disapeared. the place closes early (9:00 I believe)
Well the food was mediocure at best. If you really want middle eastern food and are in Pasadena head over to Pita Pita, or you can go to wahibs in Alhambra both are good but I think Pitta Pitta beats both these places hands down.