Friendly staff and variety of food include western and local. Perfect location and love the environment.
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Chah Haj Mirza or Azadegan cafe has lots of traditional crafts as its decoration. the prices are affordable. the negative point is that it's not very clean especially for its sanitary service.
Amazing place to relax and eat while roaming the main square and bazaar. Very original in its deco and delicious food. Serves tea and shisha, but also has a delicious menu of traditional Persian food. Highly recommended on a visit to Esfahan.
Very interesting place full of various items. Nice drinks and very good fried and honey sweets. In the middle of bazar, nice for refreshments
Excellent Armenian cuisine A small, family-owned Armenian restaurant with a very polite French-speaking owner serving excellent food we have tried two dishes with aubergines and chicken confit with pomegtenate. Delicious saphron ice-cream https://www.tripadvisor.com/
I had to come here to see this place for myself. Getting here is easy just ask the shop keepers around and you’ll find your way in a small alley. Interior is so unique makes you want to stay in the cafe a little longer....More
most disgusting impolite owner ever meet in Iran, we asked we want to seat and smock hookah where should we seat: :(People around said you can get hookah here) Owner: i don't care if you want to smoke hookah, you can smoke everywhere. ME: eeehhhh,...More
Nice and cozy coffee shop in a not so ordinary surrounding. Right next to Naghsh e Jahan square. The tea was great so was the drinks and also dough with sweet.Did not have any food.
Since everybody sits in front of everybody, we had a lot of pleasant interaction. Food was good and service too.
We stopped in for a tea and ended up staying for dinner and desert. The good was great and the service was excellent. I’m sure the waiter would take about five new order each time while walking through the restaurant. None were written down and...More