AVOID AVOID AVOID.
AVOID AVOID AVOID My wife walked in asked for a table for two and was turned away. (She is a minority) I walk in two minutes later and I get a table ASAP. Because I was with my wife, we had to wait 1hr and 15min before we saw a waiter. I complained and the waiter said that the manager 'was too busy'. I spotted a fat woman who was just standing around (and had been doing nothing) for the last 20 minutes; and it seems that she is the manager. Too busy? Just standing around? So I pointed out that the waiter LIED. The manger said 'its ok'. The story gets only worse, but I have made my point. AVOID AVOID AVOID
Hands Down The Worst!!.
Pathetic does not begin to describe this bizarre eatery with a mentally unstable owner who obviously must be suffering from some psychological issues. I made the error of asking for a take-out menu thinking it was perhaps a Mediterranian restaurant. After the hostess brought it to me, An elderly gentleman who either works there or owns the place says to me "I think we can be friends but I think not." and snatches the menu out of my hand. I will be honest. I nearly considered causing a scene, but fearing this guy was unstable I just left. So if you do decide to risk eating there, I hope for your sakes it's on a day the owner took his medication.
Not a good place to eat.
I eat out 3 to 4 times a week and went to this restaurant after seeing they made Kebabs. I have to say this was one fo the worst all around experiences I have ever had. Ther service was not only neglectful, but rude. Dirty glasses, dirty silverwear, cold food that should be hot, warm food that should be cold. I ordered a soup (solyanka) and a salad to start. I have eaten in Russian restaurants before, but the soup was terrible, cold and covered with a layer of oil as if it had been sitting out. The salad was warm as if it had been sitting in a widow under a heat lamp, and had a hair in it. The kebabs were ground beef on a stick served with soggy potatoes and watery salsa to dip it in. I had gone with two friends and none of us enjoyed the experience. I won't be returning and wouldn't reccomend this restaurant to anyone.
The Best Armenian Lamb Chops and Kebobs in FL.
Yes, lamb has a peculiars smell and taste, but not at Lula. The juicy, tasty, and not smelly lamb chops and Lula Kebab, and chicken and pork kebobs are really the best. The Chef is From Armenia, and you can taste the authentic Armenian kebabs and lamb chops. We dine a lot in nice restaurants, but these Lamb Chops are by far our favourite. They always have good and fresh deserts. Very good service. The owner is always there, prompt seating, grate service. We happened to go there once late, when the kitchen was almost closing, but they accommodated with us, seated and served the always great food. And, yes, don't forget to order the garden salad with basturma and olives. Yummy Food.