Traditional Iranian restaurant. The owner is eager to please the customers if you need any thing just ask. The food is great and fresh. The waiters are prejudice towards certain cultures. For example, he didn’t get me utensils because they thought Arabs eat with bread which is fine but when I asked for the utensils he didn’t apologize and questioned my request. The pictures on the walls and mails shown in the dining area proofs how integral this experience to the exploration of Dubai’s history.
Best kebab and Iranian food in town. Great service and yummy food. They have separate entrance and space for families. It is always super busy. Salad fresh, rice highly recommended. Prices are affordable. Only concern could be lack of parking space, however, it is issue for whole neighbourhood
An absolute delight to be at this restaurant. Delight not just for your taste buds but also for the eyes as this restaurant has a unique set up with different currency notes placed under the glass on the table...pictures of famous personalities from all over the world who have visited this restaurant & it also shows you the evolution of phones with different models displayed all throughout. So while you wait for the food your eyes are kept engaged with these things.
The owners are brothers who run the place with all their heart. Always welcoming their guests with warm and friendly conversations. They are very hospitable and it is evident that they love what they do.
Now coming to what this place is famous for...FOOD...everything they serve is delicious and delightful. Specially the kebabs are mouth watering. You must try the mixed platter which will give you a taste of all the different kebabs they have.
Love to have dinner always whenever I m in Dubai. Quite fresh and awesome delicious food always awaiting you. There's a bit parking problem on the road but still worth it. Owner are themselves do service for the customers. They always welcome you warmly.
Traditional Iranian kebabs full of amazing flavors. The restaurant is pretty busy all the time and you have to try hard for the staff to notice you, if you need something. However, the food is totally worth the wait.
Kebabs are usually served with Iranian bread. However, you have to pay extra for hummus or rice.