Carousel Restaurant | Glendale | Armenian, Lebanese, Middle Eastern | Restaurant
There are two Carousels, and the Glendale branch may well be the best, most interesting Lebanese-Armenian restaurant in Los Angeles. The big, brash room, bedecked with scimitars and other Middle Eastern antiques, accommodates large parties and dating couples alike - but there's also a more intimate patio. The food sparkles with freshness - and lemon. Go for the meze (cheese borek, muhammara and houmous sojouk) and kebabs (try the yogurt lula kebab), and also for hard-to-find delicacies such as frogs' legs, roasted quail and lamb's tongue.

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Price: $$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards

Parking: Meters, Street, Valet

Reservations: Accepted

Entertainment: Live Entertainment

Extra Info: Live music on weekends.

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