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Just Like Mayrik's.

Mayrik is an Armenian restaurant that pays homage to a mother’s kitchen while bringing a new elevated vibe to the cuisine, the word “mayrik” translating to “mother.”


Headed up by Aram Gabrielian, the restaurant is also meant to have the feel of cool restaurants in pocket neighbourhoods around West Queen West and Parkdale, but in midtown, and highlight the globalization of Toronto as a food city.


In The News —

Stepping into Mayrik feels like walking into an elegant cabana party somewhere warm, all high ceilings and airy whites.

— blogTO

Suddenly ordering something from every category — mezze, salads, khorovats, plevres and anoush — seems necessary.

— The Star

Everything at Mayrik — from the food and drinks to the music played in the restaurant— serves to give you a glimpse into the Armenian, Greek and Lebanese way of life.

— View the VIBE

[C]omplex flavours [and] sophisticated presentation.

— Toronto Life


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