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Posted by Bache Tajrish on 07/24/2005
The service is poor. None of the front staff are Iranian and the delivery sometimes goes missing for an hour or so. However, the food is consistently of high standard. You cannot go wrong with the Soltani. The joojeh is good. The stews are very variable, sometimes excellent - sometimes average. The khorosh bademjan gets interpreted in radically different ways. I am a frequent customer, I just wish they would improve their negative points.
Posted by Musalsa on 07/23/2005
Persian food is the greatest food on earth! The Gormeh Sabzi here is just like my mom's. And the waitors are nicer than my cousins. Why are there so few Persian restaurants in the city?! Hello? Who needs another Turkish joint? Lets support Iranian food.
Posted by nyciranian on 05/15/2005
I have lived in NYC for almost a year now, and was so disappointed to find that there are very few persian restaurants, and the ones that do exist are kinda yucky! Portland, Oregon has better Iranian restaurants if you can believe. BUT luckily I found this place on menupages, haven't actually been to the restaurant itself as of yet, but read the good reviews and thank GOD the food is good...the soltani and the masteh moosir and khiar are tasty....definitely give me that quick persian food fix that I've been craving out here. The meat is juicy, and the tahdig and khoresht are super yummy. Their delivery is quick and they have always been super nice over the phone. I highly recommend. Although it's not up to LA standards, I think that it is extremely tasty and we're lucky to have it here ;)
Posted by Best Persian on 05/14/2005
That's it... Just awesome Persian food... try the kebabs and also the Phesenjun! (spelling?) Yea, the service is kind of slow since they don't have enough waiters, but it's worth it...!
Posted by Ms Roxy on 05/04/2005
The food is great, I love the barg. Also have great lunch specials. Much better prices than Persepolis but the restaurant is rather drab. Would it kill them to put a picture of Iran, a darvish or SOMTHING on the walls? Everytime I go it's full of Persians, which is a good thing. We don't see many of them uptown at Persepolis...but still it isn't Moby Dick but since we have little choice in NYC, I'll take it...
Posted by bill on 03/19/2005
The best Persian food in town.
Posted by Chello Keabob Critic #1 on 01/31/2005
Food was incredible. Fit for a Shah! The place was actually somewhat nice inside. Great Food. Great value. Next time, put the pots & pans away & take the cab to 30th & 5th!