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Posted by Rachel on 09/09/2007
If you order the hummas the only send one piece of pita to go with it. Even if you request extra.
Posted by harobi on 06/10/2007
I ordered takeout from Ravagh that took an hour and half to arrive, was cold when it did arrive, and the chicken dish I ordered was not cooked through. I called to complain about the chicken. The person on the phone was very bored and uninterested, and actually told me to specify that I want 'well done' chicken next time. Hmm, I was under the impression that rare chicken was not edible. Don't worry, there won't be a next time.
Posted by Bryan on 06/08/2007
Good food, quick delivery, fair price.
Posted by Lynn on 03/15/2007
Although the service sometimes is slow the food is FANTATSTIC! I absolutley love it there and if you like white fish...order it, you wont be disappointed!
Posted by stickyfish on 03/10/2007
Me and my husband order from here (delivery) all the time!!! Each meat kebab entree comes in a huge foil tray and so much rice that 3 people can eat it!!! With grilled tomatoes and onions!!! My favorite is the sultani - a def must try! And definitely try the oliveh salad (an egg salad/potato type of thing garnished with sliced mini pickles!!! One of my favorite restaurants!
Posted by Anono miss on 01/26/2007
I'd never tried Persian food before but I was pleasantly surprised by the food at Ravagh. From the appetizers, to the ash, to the kebabs, and the dessert- everything was delicious and very filling. Ravagh gives HUGE portions so make sure not to fill up on too much bread and appetizers. The service was excellent- we had 2 waiters coming by our table and making sure we were satisfied. The restaurant wasn't busy when I went but it started to pick up around 9pm. There were mostly Iranians there which indicates the authenticity of the food. The atmosphere was probably the most comfortable restaurant atmosphere I'd ever been in. Since it wasn't so busy, people were staying after their meals to talk or chat. It was very chill and a nice change from many restaurants. They could put some pictures of Iran or Persian culture on the walls but the food makes up for the ambience. I particularly recommend the ash and the sambuseh. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone who wants to try Persian food!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/14/2007
I live in connecticut, have been to ravagh multiple times, and highly recommend it.