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Lavash Restaurant

Mornings in the land of lavash

A place of harmonious contrasts

About us

Lavash restaurant is the third business initiative undertaken by Yeremyan Projects, presenting Armenian cuisine in an innovative and modern way. The formation of a unique setting with harmonious contrasts is at the heart of the restaurant’s creation, a meeting point of vintage design and Armenian cuisine.

The core of the Lavash concept includes a revival of the forgotten Armenian tradition of breakfast wraps, and the dissemination of the beautiful culture of the morning meal.

Lavash hopes its customers have a good time and enjoy a delicious meal in its indoor and outdoor sections. On the first floor, you can watch the beautiful process of how fresh puri bread, gata and, of course, lavash are baked in a tonir. On the second floor of the restaurant, there is a private hall for company parties or other special events.

Lavash Restaurant

The menu is the heart and soul of any restaurant, the product of the ideas and labors of its creative chefs. The menu at Lavash consists of both national, as well as regionally popular and beloved dishes, presented anew by our team of chefs. In order to meet the expectations of our customers while also providing them with pleasant surprises, we update our menu on a regular basis. Come to Lavash Restaurant for a great meal and many memorable moments.

Armenian Breakfast

Armenian cuisine has traditionally had a unique and nutritious breakfast, but that custom gradually dropped out of our everyday lives. At Lavash, we want to revive this forgotten, delicious and wholesome breakfast tradition. Armenian wraps make for a breakfast that is among the world’s most calorie-rich, providing the body with the nutrients it needs for the day ahead.



A lavash, honey and walnut wrap is part of a typical Armenian breakfast, and it tastes even better with a cup of tea. It supplies the body with essential and indispensable vitamins.


Halva, murabba, tea and fruits – this is how you start a delicious and productive day! You don’t need a special occasion to visit us and enjoy the sweets that usually adorn a celebratory meal.



Cottage cheese balls with dried fruits and raisins are a great source for energy in the morning when you need a light but filling breakfast.

Cottage cheese balls with different ingredients are among the most popular components of a traditional Armenian breakfast.

Lavash Store

With its broad range of agricultural products straight from the farm, the Lavash Store offer fresh eggs, cheese, sour cream, cottage cheese, cream fat, ready-to-cook products from the Lavash restaurant, honey, sweets and more!

Fresh lavash, puri bread and gata straight from the tonir – these are some of the things for which our store is best known!

The restaurant prioritizes a productive partnership between rural and urban communities, and the use of farm products in our city-based business is an important part of the social programs implemented by Yeremyan Projects.

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Lavash Bread


Baking has always been an inseparable part of the Armenian identity and daily life. Since time immemorial, the Armenian highlands have been a major center of grain cultivation and dissemination. Excavations have shown that grain cultivation began in the Armenian highlands as early as the 18-11th centuries B.C. Cave paintings in Syunik (18-11th centuries B.C.) show plows hitched up to oxen and carts with two or four wheels, providing evidence of the culture of grain cultivation in Armenia.

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Lavash bread


On November 26, 2014, a decision was taken during the ninth session of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage to inscribe “Lavash, the preparation, meaning and appearance of traditional bread as an expression of culture in Armenia” on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.


Since ancient times, women have had a monopoly on baking lavash. Traditionally, the dough would be kneaded by the most senior woman in the home, while men would have no part in the process of baking bread. Preparations for baking lavash would begin with the first rays of the sun. The work would begin by lighting the tonir – a fire would be prepared and the ceremony would usually start with prayers and good wishes. The whole process of baking lavash would be accompanied by pleasant and warm conversation, as well as songs and laughter.

The secret to the longevity of lavash: Thanks to its simple composition – flour, salt, yeast, and water, lavash is considered the bread with the longest shelf life. When dried, lavash can be stored for around one year. Before it is eaten, it simply needs to be moistened again so that it can soften, regaining its flavor and aroma.

The cultural and ceremonial significance of lavash: Lavash has made an appearance many times in various works of art; it has served as a source of inspiration for Armenian artists. Attesting to this are paintings by Grigor Khanjyan, Minas Avetisyan and many others as well as the popular cartoon The Magical Lavash, which tells the story of a boy named Naghash, who lived with his lavash¬-baking mother, eating a fair share of lavash and growing up on the bread.

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21 Tumanyan Str.,
0001 Yerevan, Armenia

Working Hours:

Su - Sa | 8:30a.m. - 12:00a.m.
Breakfast Hours: 8:30a.m. - 12:00p.m.


Tel.: +374 10 60 88 00
Mob.: +374 91 60 88 00

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