After getting down on the bus we walk through the city and we find someplace in maps then we pointed Tashir pizza for eating lunch.
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This place is reaaaaally cheap. THe food was fine, considering the prices it is great actually. So if you are hungry and are traveling on budget go to this Pizza place
I love their pizzas and also the fried cheese. You can order by the slice, which is great if you are with a group, since they don't have to all agree to a particular type of pizza :) Also this is the largest pizza chain in Armenia (they have locations in Russia as well).
They have a branches in every street in Armenia, and they the best at it. also they serve a vary tasty Pasta. The prices are very cheap
Pizzas are excellent and ordered 'by the slice', which allows you to pick and mis your meal by trying different toppings, salads are copios and fresh. The only downside is that smoking is permitted in the restaurant and can be a pain for a non-smoker
I was in Vanadzor to do some shopping and needed a quick bite. It took a while for me to be waited on, but the service was quick after that. The fried cheese was rather over-done, but of course tasty: it's fried cheese, after all. It was pretty crowded even at 3PM, and some of the other food looked pretty... More
Our first dining experience in Yerevan, mainly because we had to meet our host there (we dined in the Teryan Street branch). We just got off an almost 6-hour bus ride from Georgia and we were famished so Tashir Pizza was perfect. Familiar and fast. We ordered bolognese for our toddler, and the sauce was quite good but the spaghetti... More
...but I do like to keep perspective when I write one of these reviews. For example, what passes for decent to good service (for me) in Armenia would rank closer to average or maybe slightly below in the US, especially in a restaurant-friendly town like Houston, TX. Tashir Pizza is another good example. This is not American pizza,but that is... More
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