It's something that Armenians really love to present to the world. And the majority is centralized in the capital city - Yerevan.
See also : Best Restaurants in Yerevan The Armenian restaurants offer a wide variety of dishes, delicious food, sweets, and bakings.
The first use of the word to refer to a public venue where one can order food is believed to be in the 18th century. Boulanger established a business selling soups and other "restaurants" ("restoratives").
Additionally, while not the first establishment where one could order food, or even soups, it is thought to be the first to offer a menu of available choices Restaurants are classified or distinguished in many different ways.
Customers serve food onto their own plates and then pay at the end of the meal.
Buffet restaurants typically still have waiters to serve drinks and alcoholic beverages.
The primary factors are usually the food itself (e.g. Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, French, Mexican, Thai) or the style of offering (e.g.
tapas bar, a sushi train, a tastet restaurant, a buffet restaurant or a yum cha restaurant).
Professional cooks are called chefs, with there being various finer distinctions (e.g. Most restaurants (other than fast food restaurants and cafeterias) will have various waiting staff to serve food, beverages and alcoholic drinks, including busboys who remove used dishes and cutlery.
In finer restaurants, this may include a host or hostess, a maître d'hôtel to welcome customers and to seat them, and a sommelier or wine waiter to help patrons select wines.