If you’re looking for killer Armenian cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere, you don’t have to go far. Siunik opened in Glenview a few months ago and is already attracting a city-wide following, including a visit this afternoon from ABC news’ Hungry Hound, Steve Dolinsky.
“When you come for lunch or dinner you are a guest in our house,” chef and owner Levon Kirakosyan shares.
Among the menu’s most popular items, the Lula kabob is a true delicacy, and a bevy of vegetarian items make certain there’s something for everyone.
With success at his Glenview location, 1707 Chestnut Avenue, Kirakosyan is opening a second spot in Skokie this Monday.
Kirakosyan is confident that the healthy, fresh cuisine speaks for itself.
“People of all ethnicities are interested in delicious, fresh food that is prepared with passion and care,” he explains.
"We invite you and your family to visit us for lunch or dinner to treat yourself to the unique taste sensations of authentic home-cooked Armenian cuisine at it's absolute best.”
For a full menu and to learn more about Siunik’s unique offerings, head over to www.siunikarmeniangrill.com. To catch Siunik's Hungry Hound segment, tune into ABC 7's 10 p.m. newscast Feb. 10th.
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