In addition to having a nice style, Fourchette buffet in Yerevan is affordable and tasty. There are options for meat-eaters and vegetarians. They even happen to have some sweet stuff plus coffee, tea, juice (and kompot!!!), etc. If you happen to go there an hour before midnight, you can get the food half-price. And no less importantly, this place is smoke-free. Self-service.
But personally for me this is the place where I used to get my energy during the revolution days. The protests lasted about a month and we mostly spent our days on the streets and blokcing them, calling for strikes, etc. So since this buffet is an affordable place, we often came here to eat.
Then, one day, this place became even more special: we came here to have dinner and the news broke out that the revolution had been won, people had won and the previous regime had finally been overthrown. And of course that day everyone got their free wine to celebrate that important event.
Today you won’t see much from those revolution days in this buffet, yet you can come here knowing that this buffet played a central role in those days. 🙂