The place was so beautiful so traditional food was good, Cholou mahicheh was tasty but so expensive with lots of tax and services , for first-time it was so good but they are better restaurant in isfahan
Chehelsotun restaurant is located at Abbasi Hotel, which is believed to be the oldest hotel in Iran. As you enter the restaurant you are thrown back in time. The mirror-work on the wall with the Persian miniatures take you back to about 300 years ago....More
An excellent location for slightly more formal dinner for a smaller or a larger group. Good choice of dishes and good quality. Expensive for Iran not for westerners.
I live in Isfahan and whenever I want to be relax and be far from the noise the first place I choose to go is this wonderful Persian Garden, especially its cafe restaurant. some minutes you can just sit on old chairs , imagine the...More
I didn't have a meal at the restaurant but did visit on two different occasions to enjoy tea and saffron ice cream. The restaurant prices were a bit expensive so cannot comment on the quality of the meals. Nice place to soak up the wonderful...More
The restaurant located in Abbasi hotel is a beautiful place, full of history. The room is big, the tables are spaced. On the wall, there are period paintings and a magnificent crystal chandelier hangs from the ceiling. The food is very good. It is traditional...More
I would recommend to visit this beautiful restaurant for the great service and good food. Even though it is a bit pricey for Iranian standard but still worth the experience.
My trip to Isfahan concurred with Ashura (this was my considered decision, for the experience). Many sights were closed during the day, and I failed to get inside the famous Chehel Sotun Palace. Certainly not expecting a full-scale substitute, I've still chosen to have my...More