This authentic and delicious dish is a typical Iranian recipe. It´s quite flavorful and thanks to saffron it has nice color and aroma. This dish is always served with a kind of rice. It can be Plain rice, jeweled rice (zereshk polow) or any other kind of rice
That sweet taste of a dessert at the end of the meal...If you look forward to it too, than you're at the right place! Our menu has prolific choice of desserts. It can make even the most picky sweet tooth person happy!
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Shirazi salad is a popular traditional Iranian salad that originated from and is named after Shiraz in Southern Iran. It is also known as Persian Cucumber and Tomato Salad. Its primary ingredients are cucumber, tomato, onion and lemon juice or lime juice
SEA FOOD DISHES
Sabzi Polow (herb rice) and Mahi (fish) is traditionally served for the Persian new year Norooz. Persian New Year is celebrated every year to signify the beginning of spring and most of the dishes served during Norooz holidays have herbs as a symbol of rebirth, and fish that represents life.
Zereshk Polo ba Morgh is a Persian classic made with Zereshk (barberries), Morgh (chicken), and Polo, which is the steamed and fluffy Persian rice. ... This festive rice is steamed and layered with a mixture of red zereshk berries and golden fried onions, then garnished with almonds and/or pistachios
Breaking the working day in half requires the lunch to be of a great quality! Our Afghan Specials dishes are just exotic, tasty and nutritious enough to make your middle-of-the-day meal a great happening!
Persian Appetiser Platter is a great choice for gatherings and parties. This platter can be served as an afternoon snack too, it’ll be great with a cup of tea! Persian appetiser platter but the reality is that you can have this platter for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a simple afternoon snack
Are you a vegetarian thinking you'll be left stranded for food in Iran? Well think again - you just need to know what to look for. While the highlights of Persian cuisine often includes meat ingredients, like beef and poultry, vegetarians in Iran need not fear Persian cooking. As a matter of fact, if you know where to look, you'll likely find vegetarian dishes in Iran can be just as plentiful and delicious as meat dishes