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Posted by anon iranian on 12/28/2006
I am iranian, aka persian and this is my favorite persian food in nyc. The service is poor though and it isn't the prettiest place but i go anyway for the food.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2006
The eggplant is delicious, and the yogurt sauces and all the flavorings are great too. Some of the kebabs are really good, and the special dishes we've gotten are also tasty. I thought the food was really solid and reliable.
Posted by PS on 09/20/2006
I ordered takeout this evening from this place, somebody whose opinion I trust was quite wrong, so maybe lets just say tonight was an off night. Everything I ordered, the mixed grill to the tadik( crispy rice) to the salad olivier- all bland, the kebabs were dry and the chicken too.I definetly will not order from this place again.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/08/2006
Dinner lasted almost 2.5 hours. Waited a long time for our food. I think that tthey forgot about us, or just chose to ignore us. There was a mistake with the check and when we told one of the servers we received a rude response. In their defense, there was a large party there. Still, the rudeness was not necessary.
Posted by Bad one on 08/30/2006
This place used to offer really good Persian Food at good prices...now it offers really auwful quality food at reasonable price. the service is poor and the kabobs are ill prepared with low quality meat. The big question is what happened??? Ravagh was the best Persian dining in Manhattan up until a year ago. What a shame.
Posted by half Persian on 08/15/2006
This place looks like a beat up old parking garage, and the service is poor. Maybe if you order take out and don't have to deal with the lack luster setting, it's ok. Prices are reasonable. I wouldn't say it's the best Persian food in the city at all. Really, kebob isn't that complicated - and it would be nice to feel like I'm not in someone's drive way while I eat.
Posted by Discreet & Low-priced on 08/05/2006
Anyone feeling like ghormeh sabzi or a proper soltani should come to ravagh; no need for all the drama of higher end places (save that for your nephew's graduation). The Staff at Ravagh is astonishingly devoid of Iranians but the food is authentic, the service is efficient and fast, and the music, a faux-pas committed by every other restaurant out there, it seems, is where it needs to be: at low volume. I come back to ravah regularly