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Despite its name, this place features grilled meats and kebabs more than coffee...
Adding a splash of flair to Sevan, this place has loud music videos, big comfortable seating arrangements and a billiards room. The mostly Western menu includes pizzas, salads and sandwiches.
Breakfast & Brunch Spots
A popular and convenient bistro in the middle of town. The usual stuff – kebabs and khoravats – is available, plus breakfasts of blintzes and fried eggs.
On the street behind Ekapaj is this friendly café where you can have cold drinks and snacks.
You can feast on kebabs, grilled ishkhan trout, salads and lavash on the terrace of this restaurant out on the Sevan peninsula. Try the house speciality, ‘eat and shut up’ – a concoction of sautéed meat and potatoes.
Located near the main roundabout, this is fine for a quick shwarma or kebab.
This branch of the Artbridge in Yerevan offers a short but sweet menu of soups, salads, pastas and sandwiches. It’s a pleasant place to while away an afternoon with a book and a cup of tea or coffee.
Located on the highway to Ijevan, this place consists of several wooden cabins overlooking the river. Food is typically khoravats, soups and fresh veggies.
A restaurant set slightly off the street near the historical preserve, with Georgian treats such as khingalee dumplings and khachapuri pies, plus salads.
This classy restaurant run by the Tufenkian Group has hardwood floors, cream-coloured walls and a muted traditional ambience meant to replicate 19th-century Dilijan...
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