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Jun 3, 2011 12:17 PM


Anyone know where to buy it in the greater Seattle area? Have been no avail.

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  1. Costco sells Lavasch the cracker like kind if that's what you are looking for.

    Trader Joe has the Lavash flat bread that is soft and about as thick as a tortilla.

    6 Replies
    1. re: knowspicker

      Thank you....Am looking for the soft flat bread not the crackers.
      Will go to TJ's.

      1. re: grangie angie

        Persepolis, the Persian grocery in Bellevue, has a few different versions of this.

        1. re: equinoise

          Thank you....we will go there too and also try the kabobs!

          1. re: grangie angie

            I recently went to Persepolis and bought the lavash labeled "Old Country Bakery" rather than the other brand from Turlock, CA that I had previously used. The Old Country lavash tasted fresher and appeared less mass-produced/uniform, and I would stick to that in the future.

            I think Old Country may come from the Armenian bakery by the same name in the Crossroads area of Bellevue, so that may be a direct source.

            1. re: equinoise

              As noted in a separate posting, Persepolis no longer sells lavash.

              I was searching for Persian food on Yelp and learned about a bakery in Kirkland called Aria that is apparently churning out some very legit versions of other Persian/Armenian breads. Not sure about lavash specifically. See

              1. re: equinoise

                I was at Old Country Bakery yesterday and they do make and sell the lavash that I had previously bought through Persepolis. Again, I would recommend that over any of the several California-produced brands I have purchased locally or the Trader Joe's product.