I came here for lunch on Friday. We found parking behind the restaurant. The restaurant was not overcrowded so we found a table quite easily. Mostly families. They had a very nice fresh orange juice, and nice warm freshly made irani bread (so yummy). The chelo kebab was very good. We also sampled a traditional irani dish called Dizi, we were not sure how to eat it thou and the waitresses didn't provide us with a very good explanation. Very reasonable prices and good location.
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