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  • Middle Eastern, Persian
  • 11 E 30th St, New York NY10016 40.745693 -73.985463
  • (Btwn 5th & Madison Ave)
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  • (212) 696-0300
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User Ratings (Based on 86 reviews)

Food 4.2 Value 4.0
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 696-0300
Place Order:
Order From Ravagh for delivery & takeout
Daily: 11:30am-10pm
Catering, Delivery, Lunch, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Take Out
Delivery Area:
6th Ave to 2nd Ave 50th to 10th St

User Reviews

  • Ravagh

    Posted by Afshin on 07/13/2004

    It is not a bad restaurant

    The food is OK, The chicken is usually burnt Some of the waitors have attitude and I agree you never see twice the same waitors and they don t know the menu!

  • Ravagh

    Posted by International Couple on 06/16/2004

    The best persian food in Manhattan

    They have the best authentic persian food. All my persian and non-persian friends love the food.

  • Ravagh

    Posted by Tal on 05/23/2004

    Great Food and that's the point!

    Someone wrote a review here saying he didn't like the fact that the Waiters were not persian?? This is fantastic persian food. I don't remember tasting chicken this well done in any persian restaurant. And the lunch specials are a fantastic deal! $7 for two delicious strips of ground beef (kabob khoobideh, for the koskesh above who needs everything said in persian) Ravagh: Underground midtown commercial manhattan setting, still charming and quiet, with DELICIOUS CHEAP FOOD.

  • Ravagh

    Posted by Feeds on 03/23/2004


    The food, the service and the atmosphere .. are great. You have to try this place.

  • Ravagh

    Posted by S. Rohani on 03/21/2004

    Don't bother.

    We went around Noruz, the Persian New Year, which nobody at the restaurant seemed to know. The staff was either Indian or German? Had no clue about Persian cuisine, asked us for the number of the dish rather than the name, and most of the time I couldn't understand what they were saying - nor could they understand what I was saying. Did not see a single Persian in there. Food was mediocre at best. The wait staff was one of the worst I've ever seen. Atmosphere was reasonable - a few modern paintings, but not Persian style, which would have been nice. It's really difficult to find a good Persian restaurant in NYC. I still have Colbeh as my number one.

  • Ravagh

    Posted by visitor on 03/15/2004

    IT's a Must

    The eggplant appetizer is delicious. Chicken with Pomegranate sauce is heavenly, eaten over the delicious RICE pilaf. It is far from simple food. It is a sophisticated culinary experience. The rose flavor ice-cream is a great finishing note..

  • Ravagh

    Posted by Satisfied on 02/02/2004

    Excellent Kababs

    Every so often I crave their kababs which are always so juicy and tender and their rice is fabulous. Service is usually good and the ambience is pretty ok but it's really the FOOD that brings me back!

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