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Posted by Paul Philpott on 04/10/2012
I used to eat there regularly in my travels from Detroit, staying across the street at the Inn of Chicago in 2008-10. This place was a hidden treasure, great value, great food. Now it's very over priced, with portions so small as to be insulting, and the prices perhaps doubling. And my favorite dishes no longer on the menu. PASS!
Posted by gerry on 01/28/2012
Really good food. Unusual ambience. But you don't eat ambience. Try it, you will like it !
Posted by SE on 04/11/2008
Great food and great location. My olny issue, and it's a small issue, is that the portions are not very big for what they charge. I [drop]ped over $12 on take-out lunch and got one piece of pita bread with my kabab. Come on, now.
Posted by J. Ohanesian on 02/20/2008
What a wonderful place to eat. It took me home. The lamajune was soft and tasty, the Sauteed Lamb is fabulous. Jajik is wonderful. Thank you.
Posted by hawkeye on 07/31/2006
We stumbled upon this place and had a great lunch. Very affordable, lovely romantic atmosphere. All around great value and yummy food.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/22/2006
We happened upon this restaurant after a show at a local gallery. We were hungry and indecisive. Sayat Nova was a top-notch restaurant within feet from Michigan Avenue. Their hummus ranked up with the finest we've had (second only to Jerusalem Cafe in Kansas City). The atmosphere was intimate, the food excellent and the service was very good. Highly recommended for a tasty, affordable meal when you're on the Miracle Mile.