I am not a fan of Persian food.but he food is okay. Service is friendly and appropriate. My friend who loves Persian food loved it
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Ran into this place as I walked around looking to find a restaurant that serves food I haven't tasted. Iranian food is what I couldn't find in Jakarta, my hometown. It's a cozy, small restaurant with homey ambiance and very good food.
This was my first visit in an Iranian restaurant. I asked about the menu and got some good recommendations. Try the Tahdig with two different sauces, it is one of the Iranian national dishes. The staff was quite friendly and the food portions were large and quite good. Try the Ayran, a yoghurt drink. Very refreshing and fits good to... More
We ran into this place by total accident but surely liked the food! Good quality with very nice authentic Persian décor! Also check out the Persian grocery store next door!
First time in a Persian restaurant, I was very curious. The tastes were unlike any other cuisine I know, and much more exotic than, say, Lebanese food. Things that sound strange (like a kidney beans and spinach dish) actually taste good, although overall the dishes seemed slightly bland and the only spicy sauce they had was Tabasco. Service is minimalist... More
Me and my mum went here mid december on a sunday night around 8pm. The service was quick and the food was amazing. We had mast-o-museer which is like a yoghurt that contains garlic, it comes with pieces of hot bread - amazing for a starter. Then we shared a kebab barg served with rice and some fresh onions, wasn't... More
We dined twice at this location when staying in Geneva. For those who require a wheat-free and gluten-free diet and are not vegetarians then Persian food is an option. We enjoyed some nice meaty meal options with rice and mixed in barberries. The venue is a basic diner, clean and cosy. Staff is helpful and some knowledge of French can... More
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