If you’ve never enjoyed authentic Armenian food, head to Sevan Bakery and International Food Market ASAP and order a lahmejune. It’s the Armenian equivalent of pizza, and they come hot from the oven all day every day at Sevan. The chef starts with a thin flatbread crust, to which he adds the cheese, meat, and veggies of your choosing. Then he bakes the crispy pie on the heart until it’s tinged golden-brown just around the edges.
The lahmejunes are just one example of the classic Middle Eastern cuisine that awaits at Sevan Bakery and International Food Market. From fresh hummus and baba ganoush to savory pies stuffed with spinach, walnuts, and tahini, there’s something for any adventurous eater on Sevan’s menu. What’s more, the staff specializes in baking bread using high-quality ingredients. They craft French baguettes alongside Armenian Pida, so expect to find something that suits your particular tastes. And with a small selection of international groceries available for purchase, you’ll have everything you need to build a delicious meal.