With its wood panels, high ceilings, mirrors and art deco air this café feels like a throwback to 1920s. The menu features an extensive range of coffees and cakes plus salads and light meals.
Cafeteria-style place that makes ordering easy: just pick what you want and pay at the counter. Specializes in salads, fruit bowls, juices and light meals.
This lush garden-cum-cafe overlooks Old Goris. It’s a popular place for drinks but snacks are also served, including shwarma and boiled crayfish.
For food, try Khach Meruk Café, in the little park near Hotel Lernagordz. It serves salads, sandwiches and pizzas.
On the street behind Ekapaj is this friendly café where you can have cold drinks and snacks.
Despite its name, this place features grilled meats and kebabs more than coffee. The wood tables and a stone patio are a fine attempt to blend into the mountain scenery, but the blaring stereo is somewhat less attra…
Pizza, cold beer and ice cream are a few of the specialities here, although it can do a good old-fashioned khoravats as well.
Among the three cafes in the centre of town along the main highway, this one, next to the bus stand, is the only one that serves hot food. The owner Vardan also has a B&B nearby and is keen to assist travellers.
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.
Located opposite the Sculpture Park, this is the most popular spot in town for food and drinks. It serves decent lahmajo (minced-lamb minipizza), cutlets and soups, and claims to have wi-fi (though it never seems to…