Dear family Gevorgyan, Thank you very much for everything. We enjoyed the meal very much.We come from Israel.
In 1999, Hmayak Gevorgyan (construction engineer) started to take an active interest in environmental and water issues. He decided to stop all and get into the fish farming industry. He progressively built with his own hands a first pond then a second … to reintroduce endangered fish species like the Armenian rainbow trout and the Sevan Lake trout. Local people started to gather around these ponds to eat and picnic. Hmayak, in order to please his guests, built few wood tables and seats. … that became a great common adventure! Now the restaurant can welcome 300 guests at the same time, with 60 cooks and waiters! In parallel we diversified the fish farming activity: we produce five species of fish (sturgeon, Sevan Lake trout, rainbow trout, salmon trout, river trout) and also three types of caviar (yellow, red and orange caviar). After having a pleasant walk to the nearest reservoir you can choose the fish you like yourselves and enjoy your participation in the process of its preparation. At our restaurant you can try many varieties of fishes prepared by our skilled cooks in different ways: boiled, stewed, fried or smoked in tonir (Armenian clay oven). We strongly recommend you to try the pride of our fish farm – delicious grained caviar of trout and sturgeon black caviar. By the way, traditional Armenian bread Lavash and Boqon is baked specially for each visitor of the restaurant To finish, tea drinking is an unforgettable ending of your stay in the restaurant ‘Cherkezi Dzor’. Besides traditional black tea, we can offer you to try collections from the fragrant and useful herbs gathered on the slopes of picturesque gorges. These fragrant drinks from mint, marjoram, brotherwort can be perfectly combined with ecologically pure honey collected from the apiary next to our restaurant and also with amber jam from the sea-buckthorn berries prepared by our hostesses.
Our Friendly Staff