Located on the outskirts of Palermo just south of Ave Cordoba, this local eatery rocks! Our friends invited us for dinner here and the place is so popular we had to wait for 30 minutes for a table. But the food was worth the wait. It is a no frills restaurant but with very affordable prices compared to the rest of pricey Palermo. The food is middle-eastern with mostly Armenian influences. The four of us feasted on hummus, tabuleh, yoghurt, eggplant, green peas dips and later shih-kabob and falafel, with 2 bottles of water and a bottle of wine for 280 pesos with tip included (70 U$D). We recommend it for a great food and relaxed, family friendly atmosphere.