We first discovered this primarily Middle Eastern market when it was located in the Public Storage complex near Colorado Boulevard and Evans Avenue. We became infatuated when it moved several blocks east to a much larger space with a bigger parking lot.
The first time we shopped at Diyar, we ate an entire round of still-warm tandoori bread (imagine a flat, naan-like bread the size of a stop sign) on the way home. On the second visit, we stocked up on the diamond-shape, baguette-like samoon (five loaves for $2).
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