So we arrive there after getting a bit lost. We go in and we're greeted by friendly staff. The place is very spacious,
lots of natural light and designed in Iranian style, or what you see in most of Iranian restaurants. I loved the chandelier in the middle of the restaurant.
It is such a romantic name and can't help imagining a lovely
lady in the hot and sweaty kitchen preparing those
delicious Kababs (not so romantic!).
I love their table set. Goes so well with the
Kebabs Kubedeih with Zureshk rice,
Mahi Kabab (Fahad talked me into ordering it
although I wanted the regular kebab with rice) and Shabzi Marag. Haleem Badanjan... was amazing!
Mahi Kabab...Hamour kabab...I skipped the fries
had a couple of spoons of rice it was ok...
The fish so and so... a bit zafraKubidieh Kabab
(don't know if I got the spelling right)
Shabzi... The starters arrived very quickly… a veggie platter another one with pickled veggies and cheese…Iranian bread (that wasn't fresh hot)…the shrimp salad was good, the Haleem Badanjan Sooo delicious! I ate half of it (without bread). Then the main dishes were brought. Fahad's plate look yummy…and I realized I should have ordered the same instead of the fish. Mine look cluttered and I didn't like it that much… I gave most of mine to Fahad…and ate the rest of his which was very tasty, I didn't like the Shabzi marag (it was tasteless).
The waiter was surprised, but quickly catches on to the joke and starts laughing. We order ice cream, we have to try the ice cream in restaurants.
One Bastani and one Falooda.
I didn't like the Bastani, Almond syrup (Baithan), Saffron and chocolate (not much flavor).
The Falooda was good.
was quick….we went back home.. we couldn't move..tesada7na…
Of course after such a rich meal…no dinner!
I recommend you try it. I'm certainly going back there
again for a Kabab and Rice plate and maybe Marag Bamya (Okra Stew). I'm not good at giving directions so here is their number and give them
a call ;p