Russian caviar and French chic: what treats an Armenian-based restaurant in New York
There is a beautiful building in the Big Apple, the inscription on which will attract the attention of Russian tourists and make them smile. It's about the Petrossian restaurant. Although this is not at all what you might think, the blog says “50 shades of New York” on the site Yandex.Dzena.
And you probably could have thought that it was a restaurant of that very famous Russian comedian. However, it is not. This is a Petrossian boutique restaurant. “This Petrosyan would hardly make you laugh - he would rather laugh at you himself. After all, we are talking about the caviar tycoon who built a real business empire, ”the source writes.
It all started in 1920, when the Armenian Mikael Petrosyan, who emigrated to Paris from Russia, instilled a love of exotic Russian delicacy, first France, then Europe, and eventually America. Mikael and his sibling Melkum have made black caviar the object of desire of the wealthy all over the world, the source said. Thus, this delicacy stood in one associative row with diamonds and expensive furs.
Today Armen Petrosyan owns this multi-million dollar business. He inherited the caviar empire from Michael's father. Now in a luxurious New York building, stylized under the era of the French Renaissance and located a step from Central Park, is its boutique restaurant.
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