10e is located on 7th and Flower conveniently right off the exit from the metro red line. The restaurant carries a diverse menu of authentic Armenian cuisine with modern Mediterranean influences. The space is spacious with tall ceilings with beautiful molding. It's not everyday that I eat a meal dedicated to this cuisine, so I am excited to share the items I tried.
Here were some cocktails that were available when we arrived. I liked the Spicy Crush. Very refreshing even after a long night of drinks with friends. They also carry a pretty tasty ginger beer so I would also recommend their Detox Retox.
Some of the other items you see are Jalapeno topped Hummus which is made with chick peas, tahini, and lemon, aleppo peppers, and extra virgin olive oil. Beef Fried Kibbeh- Ground beef meat balls stuffed with pine nuts, served with a touch of garlic yogurt. Cauliflower topped Hummus - Creamy house made hummus (chick peas, tahini, and lemon), aleppo peppers, extra virgin olive oil and Fire Roasted Cauliflower. Muhamara. Roasted red pepper and walnuts with pomegranate molassesdip.
This deep fried Falafels was my favorite. Chick Pea, Fava bean, and Tahini served with house made pickles. I could eat more than one even though I shouldn't.
Taramosalata Tartar. Smoked Salmon, Caviar, Avocado, Beetroot Sauce served with flatbread.
Beet Salad with Filet Mignon. Golden & Red Beets, Arugula ,Fennel, Radicchio, Walnuts, White Balsamic Lemon Vinaigrette. I actually really liked the salad, The filet mignon was also flavorful and tender.
Beef Lula Kabob with Cherry Reduction sauce. Made with organic grass fed beef. This was served aside with buttery rice with vermicelli topped with slivered almonds. Will order this again.
Desert Medley. House made chocolate bar with caramel sauce and creme fresh with a side of baklava bites. The baklava was definitely a popular item.
811 W 7th St Los Angeles, CA 90017