Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. Mediterranean restaurant offering a variety of vegetable based dishes. Ask for the vegan options. Delivery via Glovo. Open Mon-Sat 8:00am-11:30pm, Sun 9:00am-10:00pm.

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4 Reviews

First Review by Spicycauliflower182


Points +4356

27 Jun 2023

Deserves five stars

Pizza here can be prepared in vegan version (ask without cheese), very tasty, much topping, hearty. It is unusual that beets and broccoli are added to the topping, we really like it.

There is an interesting set of hummus, including 5 types of hummus, but one is non-vegan (with a dairy product), so ask for a set without it. Vegan hummuses: beetroot, pesto, bean and chickpeas. Served with pita bread, great match. They can pack hummus to go—at home for breakfast, this dish is nice, with pita bread it’s cosmically delicious.

Penne pasta with vegetables is my fav here. Broccoli is tender, at the same time crispy, not overcooked. Beets, olives, two types of bell peppers, green cabbage, carrots, tomato paste—in general, just a fairy tale. The portion is so huge, that I'm only able to finish it when I'm starving.

The menu also includes two types of noodles (soba or funchose) with vegetables, sesame seeds, cashews and sunflower seeds.

Lots of delicious teas, nice atmosphere, cool interior. Clean, pleasant restroom. Cosy summer veranda with the roof, so you can even sit here when it rains. The waiter was friendly and answered all our questions about the ingredients. A blanket can be provided upon request.

We often order delivery from here (via Glovo). Everything is brought quickly, in foil containers, so the food is hot. I ordered soba noodles there, and then, added water with mushroom broth, it turned out sooo delicious noodles!

Updated from previous review on 2023-06-27

Pros: delicious, huge portions, fast delivery



Points +66

17 Sep 2022

Rude and unhelpful

Asked the waitress what was vegan, and she showed me vegetarian menu. Had to clarify what vegan was, en she said nothing. I then had to point out everything of which I believed was vegan, in order for her to say yes or no. Her total desinterest and even annoyance with our questions was ruining the "cute vibe" of the restaurant.
Then I asked the same waitress if some dishes can be veganised, as not everything on the menu was available that day. She constantly said no, but as soon as other colleagues were listening, they agreed to that. Still, I believe the food is overpriced for armenian/Gyumri standards. We paid 2800 AMD for a bowl of rice and some vegetables, and they didn't even put more vegetables like I requested to replace the chicken.

The waitress ruined our enjoyment with her constantly annoyed behaviour, because it does really influence the experience. The food was okay.

Pros: Nice and huge collections of teas

Cons: Expensive , Bad attitude/unhelpful , No knowledge of what veganism is


Points +1728

12 Oct 2021

Nice place, not many vegan options

For vegetarians it’s ok, for vegans a bit harder. I had the hummus which was pretty great. It’s a small city, so it can be hard to find vegan options. Nice, big terrace and friendly staff!


Points +1927

28 Sep 2021

Cute place, probably best option in Gyumri

There's not a lot to choose from in town. This café is super cute with flowers hanging from the ceiling. They have a separate tea menu and very nice teas. There are some vegetarian and a few vegan food options. We had mushroom risotto, hummus with sad bread and some fried potatoes and carrots. It was okay. We weren't expecting much in this town. Juices are not fresh.
The chocolate cake was dry.

Pros: Cute interior , Long opening hours

Cons: Staff only spoke little English , Juice wasn't fresh, A bit pricey for here

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