Austin Restaurant Guide

Ararat Inc
2.9 stars (1 ratings)

(512) 419-1692

111 East North Loop Boulevard, Austin, TX 78751

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3  out of 5 stars
a diner from Los Angeles, California
A Middle Eastern restaurant completely run by an Asian staff?? That was a first for me. The appetizers were very small and disappointing. But the main dishes were surprisingly good. As far as the location and ambience, the place looked scary at first, but once inside, it had a pretty authentic Middle Eastern decor. By the end of the evening, the place was full. Worth going once.

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I love this place. the food is very cheap and of extremely good quality. i like to order nihari and it tastes delicious. their kabab masala, biryani and bihari kababs are also very nice. love it!!

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Avg Rating: 3  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 1

3  out of 5 stars
a diner from Los Angeles, California
A Middle Eastern restaurant completely run by an Asian staff?? That was a first for me. The appetizers were very small and disappointing. But the main dishes were surprisingly good. As far as the location and ambience, the place looked scary at first, but once inside, it had a pretty authentic Middle Eastern decor. By the end of the evening, the place was full. Worth going once.
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3  out of 5 stars
a diner from Los Angeles, California
A Middle Eastern restaurant completely run by an Asian staff?? That was a first for me. The appetizers were very small and disappointing. But the main dishes were surprisingly good. As far as the location and ambience, the place looked scary at first, but once inside, it had a pretty authentic Middle Eastern decor. By the end of the evening, the place was full. Worth going once.