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Home to a small but well organized Armenian community. Many of the Armenians who fled Northern Cyprus after the Turkish invasion fled to England, and especially London.

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EAT TONIGHT ... SOMEWHERE ARMENIAN By Rachel Mostyn

The Evening Standard (London) January 4, 2007 Thursday

GARNI

THIS sells itself as a specialist in "ancient Armenian cuisine". Go for a selection of the chef's favourite starters for Pounds 7.50, then try mains including baked aubergines stuffed with minced veal for Pounds 9.50.

472 Chiswick High Road, W4 (020 8995 5129, garni.co.uk)

EREBUNI

Tucked away in the basement of London Guards Hotel on Lancaster Gate, Erebuni Restaurant has something for everyone to try - Russian [pelmeney/ golubtsy/ borsht] Armenian [lula kebab, sekhtorats, emanbajade, karmir bibar, dolma] Georgian [khachapure, chicken tapaka, chakhokhbili] Ukrainian [chicken kiev] Uzbek [plov].

We have live music on weekends and kareoke.

We provide takeaway and delivery service.

36-37 Lancaster Gate W2 (020 7402 6067) Website: www.erebuni.ltd.uk Email: erebuni@london.com

We cater for birthdays, weddings and celebrate Christmas, New Years' Eve, 8th of March, 23rd February etc. so join us and enjoy delicious food of the highest quality in a good atmoshphere and friendly staff!

JAKOBS

THIS Armenian deli serves a good choice of Eastern European and Mediterranean foods at reasonable prices. The dolma comes in a veggie or meat option for around Pounds 9.50 with other salads. Veggies will like the range of salads.

20 Gloucester Road, SW7 (020 7581 9292)

Armenians from London

These are Armenians who were born or who have lived in London:

Anahit Galstyan, Andy Serkis, Calouste Gulbenkian




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