This restaurant makes food like they do in Iran. The kabobs are excellent, the rice is made right with just a little saffron (although sometimes a little too salty) and the yogurt is on the tangy side....as it should be. If you are allergic to saffron, make sure to ask them the ingredients of EVERYTHING you order. Occasionally they will have fessonjoon (a ground walnut, pomegranate and meat stew). This always runs out, so dont fuss with the menu if they have it! The gormeh sabzi (leafy vegetable and meat stew) is fresh tasting and made with real Persian lemon.
You go there for the food.
Appetizers are $2- $7.
Most of the servers are Persian and are always happy to help you with the menu. Your water glass wont sit empty long.
Anticipate a short wait on weekends.
Pros: Authentic Food, Easy Parking, Great Staff
Cons: , Can Be Cold Inside