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Posted by Anonymous on 10/21/2005
I usually get delivery, so I've never eaten in the restaurant (though I have done pick up). However, food is always very good: simple, but well-prepared. I order from here several times per week and get the plain, but delicious, chicken kebab platter. Delivery is slow, however, but definitely worth the wait (I suppose a full dining room slows them down). Expect waits of 45 mintues for delivery (although they do have a huge delivery area).
Posted by CT fan on 10/17/2005
Four of us were so satisfied. Charming, attentive server. Try the albaloo polo with jujeh---juicy grilled marinated Cornish hen, skewered and served with basmati rice spiked with sour cherries. Appetizer hits: the sambuseh (tasty, samosa-like triangles) and the warm eggplant/tomato dipmirza ghasemi. Can't rave about soup or dessert,which were so-so, but the apps and mains were scrumptious. The prices are SO reasonable.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/07/2005
The lamb shank is delicious! Dolmeh for an appetizer is also one of my favorites.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/28/2005
The food was great and the server were very attentive. Only been inside the restaurant once so it could have been a one time deal. But i've ordered for delivery several times and the food has always been better than ever! The price is reasonable and way better than Persepolis prices!
Posted by no on 08/25/2005
Realy good. Only have gotten delivery, which takes awhile but is worth it. I am from la and this always hits my iranian food spot.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/12/2005
The hummus is phenomenal and so was the chicken sandwich. The dumplings were incredible especially the sauce. The salad was interesting..it was more herbs than lettuce but still ok. Only ordered in so don't know about the atmosphere but we LOVED it!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/06/2005
The food is great, near the level of Reza's in Chicago if you've had the pleasure of going there. Service didn't seem as bad as people said, and the atmosphere is fun because almost everyone there is Iranian. I agree with somebody who posted before me--how about some pictures on the wall having something to do with Iran?