I've always liked this place but my last time the service was really poor and the owner had a really bad attitude. I ordered a sandwich with non onions and after a long wait, they forgot so I sent my sandwich back, then they just...More
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Have a kebab sandwich (on pita bread) and good bottle of wine. This little restaurant has been on Av. Potosí for a long time now and is a great option if you want to eat something light before going out on a Friday night!
We really needed a change from Bolivian food and this lovely Iranian place was perfect. The lovely music, service and atmosphere made it really special. I ordered the 'mil y una noche kebab' and the meat was unbelievably tender and well seasoned. Bread was lovely....More
This is an Iranian restaurant not to be confused with an Arabic restaurant and the owner is very proud of this fact. He is very personable and the night we ate here (We've eaten here on 4-5 different trips to Cochabamba) he served us. The...More
While Bolivian food is quite good, sometimes it's nice to have a change of pace and Kabbab was just what the doctor ordered. I had the ground beef kebab (#1 on the menu) and it was very good. I followed it up with baklava and...More
I recall a previous reviewer saying that "better. " food could be found in the city. Maybe, but that is not really the point.What you have here is good, simple food, well cooked and simply presented.Some weeks after we ate there I can still recall...More
Nice location, Iranian background music, good service, good food. What else do you need to enjoy a nice dinner?
If you are tired of everyday Bolivian food there is a place to sit down and enjoy Iranian hospitality. Mohamad and his crew will welcome you with a complimentary pitta bread and sauce at the MIL Y UNAS NOCHES restaurant near the Palacio Patiño. You...More