Do Armenians eat pork?
Yes, Armenians eat pork along with other meats.
The vast majority of Most of Armenians are Christians and have no religious prohibition against pork or any other food product. Various meats like mutton, cattle and goat are used in Armenian cuisine but pork is the most popular one. Pork barbecue (called khorovats) is one of the most popular dishes in Armenia. It is usually cooked over an open fire and made with garlic, onions, and various spices. Vegan or vegetarian Armenians do not eat pork along with other meats.
There are hundreds of restaurants and cafes that offer dishes from pork in Yerevan and other cities of Armenia. From the very modest to the most famous restaurants, you’ll not be disappointed with what is on offer in this great city that is full of life! You can also order the food at home using one of the food delivery services (like menu.am, sovats.am, etc).