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Posted by teddyr on 09/09/2014
Don't get me wrong, we liked the meal. However, if you are looking for anything unusual or out of the ordinary on the menu, you will be disappointed. The food is good, but the menu is highly conventional. Nothing to return to, and this is my fave type of food and have been to dozens of this type in Manhattan.
Posted by Mitzy on 10/26/2012
The food here is so good! We've been ordering both the stews and grilled dishes and the quality is consistently high.
Posted by Eating Out Guy on 09/13/2012
Was introduced to this place by a friend who had been a few times. It was my second time having "Persian" food and I very much enjoyed the experience. Will be sure to return. I like restaurants that purvey all the variations of the "regional" flavors and feel that Ravagh hit the mark. The bread and two "dipping sauces" were delicious both on the bread and on the main course, rice, etc... The service was very attentive. We topped off the meal with a delicious order of baklava. Give Ravagh a try.
Posted by Kebob Eater on 05/09/2011
Always impressed with the food. Tasty, well prepared and generally comes in a reasonable amount of time. I would order from Beyoglu if they delivered but this also hits the spot.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/07/2010
Very high quality food at a reasonable price for UES.
Posted by anonymous on 10/21/2009
Ravagh still serves good food at good prices but is no longer a BYOB joint. Show up expecting that and they'll expect you to pay a $15.00 uncorking fee!
Posted by err on 05/05/2009
Visited this busy neighborhood place for the Persian New Year and appreciated all the tasty choices and pleasant service. Value for money in this BYOB establishment was great. Definitely popular with the locals and would advise arriving just a little before the busy hour.