... according to my boyfriend. This restaurant offers the standard Persian fare (various kebabs with rice and stews) with a few Azeri/Tabrizi extras. I particularly appreciated the attention to detail in that butter was provided without asking (I have been to too many Persian restuarants where you have to ask for it to be brought out) and the food was also served with soomagh (sumac). I'm not a fan of doogh (Persian yoghurt drink) myself, but my boyfriend declared it excellent. The restaurant was also very tastefully decorated, which belied the unprepossessing exterior, with photographs from Tabriz in northern Iran. It was very quiet at lunchtime, so I think this restaurant is best visited in the evenings. The manager seemed to be taking a lot of bookings over the phone whilst we were there.
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