Category: Armenian Cuisine
Phone: 4773 – 5081
Addres: Armenia 1382, Palermo Soho – Buenos Aires.
In an old house belonging to Armenian immigrants, on Armenian Street, the heart of this community, opened Restaurant Agump Viejo (“club” in Armenian) in 1992 and since then offers oriental dishes, which are characterized by scents and exotic flavors to the palate as they are made with ingredients and own species of the region such as bulgur present in almost every dish with eggplant, chickpeas, peppers, onions and garlic. The atmosphere is cozy with exposed brick walls, wooden furniture and metal, black and white checkerboard tile. The menu consists of classic Armenian dishes which include kefte sini (wheat cake and stuffed with mince meat), hummus, salad Bethlehem, pasha bereg (lasagna body type row and four cheese), tabbouleh, Mazunov kebab (meat braised minced over sauced with melted yogurt) lavash or sarma (stuffed grape leaves). For dessert a compendium of this cuisine own sweet (baklava, kadaif, etc.) accompanied by the Armenian coffee with reading fluff.
In summary, it is a place with reasonable prices, right portions, shows with belly dancers, ideal to enjoy a different lunch or dinner, taste other flavors and have fun with friends or family in a supportive, friendly and lively atmosphere.