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The combo platter at Siunik, located at 1707 Chestnut Ave. in Glenview, includes lula, chicken and steak served on a bed of Armenian rice pilaf, with a side salad and a serving of homemade hummus ($11.25). PHOTOS BY BRITTANY KAPA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The Jerusalem salad ($3/small) blends freshly chopped tomatoes, cucumbers and parsley and a drizzle of tahini sauce for a creamy, fresh flavor.
Siunik offers in-house made tabuleh ($3/small), which combines finely chopped tomatoes, onion, parsley and buckwheat with olive oil and seasoned with spices.
Megan Bernard, Contributing Editor
1:43 pm CST December 5, 2017

Every day, when the owner of Siunik Armenian Grill opens the doors to his business, it’s the best part of his day.

“I wake up happy every day. I love every bit of this,” said Levon Kirakosian, who has owned and operated the restaurant, located at 1707 Chestnut Ave. in Glenview, for six years.