Delicious food, affordable prices, and warm customer service – Angela’s Bistro has it all. A bohemian-esque eatery located in the center of the city, Angela’s Bistro has inconspicuously provided nutritious meals to locals and tourists alike for a little over twenty years. With no sign or advertisements marking its presence, visitors will be enchanted once they open the door and walk into a homey restaurant distinguished by its mezzanine floor and charming décor.
Getting to the “meat” of the matter, the food served at Angela’s Bistro is great. The menu is fairly large considering the small size of the restaurant. In particular, the food served is a hodgepodge of Armenian, Russian, and European cuisine. More importantly, everything is made fresh. Customers have a choice between first and second course meals. First course meals consist of soups, like spas (Armenian Yogurt Soup), borsch, solyanka, among other countless items (around 1000 AMD). Second course meals consist of salads, meat and vegetarian and side dishes (around 400-1500 AMD per item). The taste and quality of each and every dish is consistently delicious. This is partially why Angela’s Bistro has been one of my everyday eateries for the past several years.
Angela’s Bistro is truly a gem in downtown Yerevan and I strongly recommend eating there!