The menu is extensive. Even though the place is known as the Kabob House, you can find many polows. They have a dessert menu that extends past the usual baklava. That's definitely a plus. The rice isn't overly greasy but their meat is the truly the star of the dishes. Their kabob barg reminds me of the kind my own family makes.
The atmosphere is friendly and family-oriented. It's a well-lit place and I couldn't imagine going there for a romantic dinner. Also, the owner plays fashion television on the tv. This is significant for me because in my stays in Iran, that was all we watched. However, I could see how some would be annoyed by it.
As to the owner? After reading some of the reviews I was expecting a scowling Attila the Hun. Instead, the man was polite, charming and even made a couple of jokes.
The only con I can think of would be that, at about $14 a plate, the menu is a bit pricey.
Pros: tender meat, excellent variety, bastani!
Cons: the price