To begin with, my husband and I have zero experience with Persian food. We stopped at this restaurant on impulse one day. It looked like a restaurant you might find connected to a chain hotel: large and roomy, with rather bland decor and a buffet set up on one side of the room. But there the resemblance ended.
The menu had a lot of exotic sounding items on it, most of which I didn't recognize, with gluten free and vegetarian options. The waitress kindly answered questions for us, and we finally settled on kabobs. Drinks were very nice. It's rare to find a restaurant that serves nonalcoholic drinks that are just as attractively served, and just as tasty, as the alcoholic version, but this one does.
Before the main course, we received a big wheel of flat, unleavened bread, lightly seasoned, that was wonderful. Along with it came a dish with cubes of cheese and radishes. We would have been happy to make that our entire meal, but then the waitress arrived with two huge platters, containing our kabobs and garnished with dilled rice. The main course was as good at the appetizers.
For dessert, there were unfamiliar (to me) but tasty little honey pastries, similar to baklava.
We will certainly be returning to this restaurant. The price was good; the staff very helpful; the atmosphere pleasant, and the portions very generous.
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