Time Out says
A place where everyone in the area can direct you, it’s a typical neighbourhood restaurant, with 12 tables making it suitable for only 25-30 people. Hamov doesn’t offer only strictly Armenian food but also serves dishes with Turkish and Ottoman influences. When glancing at the menu, the first item to draw the eye is the well-known Armenian mezze ‘topik’ (made of tahini, chickpeas, potato and onion), followed by Armenian-style stuffed vine leaves in olive oil. Perhaps a more surprising addition is Kayseri-style mantı, showing that more Turkish dishes aren’t neglected. Daily menus are prepared for businesses in the area, other menu items include mantı, grilled meats, meatballs, cutlets, içli köfte, salads, vegetables in olive oil, mezzes, and desserts such as pyramid cake and rice pudding. Hamov also delivers and caters for events for up to 200 people.