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This Sunny Isles spot specializes in the food of Armenia but also includes some dishes from other Caucasian countries. There is some overlap between what you’ll find here and many of South Florida's Georgian restaurants. But stick to the Armenian specialties. We found out the hard way that cheesy breads are more of a Georgian thing. Nonetheless, you should definitely order the lahmajun—a ground meat flatbread that you finish with a squeeze of lemon juice before rolling up and devouring it. The tolma (stuffed grape leaves) are the best we’ve tried in South Florida: warm, meaty, and full of dill flavor. The lula kebab here is good but not what you should be ordering. Instead get the excellent osetra sturgeon kebab. It’s like the wagyu of the Caspian Sea.

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