Where the stairs starts to go up to Sevanavank there is Ashot Yerkat Restaurant, a restaurant with a big terrace facing lake Sevan. I had dinner here one evening, and had kebab, fried potatoes, salad, bread and Armenian beer. It was 2500 drams, plus tip. It felt comfortable to sit here, eating slowly, watching the blue lake and listening to the sounds from the beaches below.
Granted that it was not easy to order, as none of the waiters spoke english, we ended up having a most delicious meal in the hotel garden
Favorite Dish: Isshkhan, the famous lake sevan trout... grilled to perfection and somewhat spiced... it wasvery tasty. Obviously it called for some lavash bread.
Beware: trouts are so large that are enough for two people, no matter how hungry they are.