Joon is a fragrant breath of fresh air on Saint-Laurent Boulevard.
Firmly situated in the heart of Montreal’s Little Italy, Joon‘s cuisine is fragrant with the flavours, herbs and spices of the Caspian Sea and the Caucasus.
Co-owner and chef Erin Mahoney (ex Saint-Urbain, Impasto and La Bête à Pain) combines Armenian, Iranian and Georgia cooking with seasonal and distinctly Quebec products thanks to the nearby Jean-Talon market. Their a la carte menu features house-baked Joon bread made fresh every afternoon, house-made charcuterie plate with Basterma, Sudjook and Iranian mortadella with house pickle mix, a dessert of the week like Iranian Rollet and a Georgian-inspired roasted beet dip. If you’re really lucky, you’ll find Jengyalov Hac, an Armenian herb-filled griddled flatbread on the menu.
Takeout for two right now features hot grilled eggplant dip, mint oil, bread chips, Cornish chicken, stuffed with fine herbs, nuts and fruits, lacquered with saffron and a crispy basmati rice cake, saffron yoghurt. Pick something from the wine list which showcases Georgian, Greek and Slovak bottles, and you’ll really feel like you’ve been somewhere.
📷 Ezra Soiferman
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