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This is a small, popular, place specializing in traditional Persian dishes. Food quality is good but not above average in taste and cooking expertise. Unless you absolutely love Persian food, do not bother.
Cleanliness is so-so, avoid the toilets if you can.
Service is trying...More
This is a small, humble and popular place that specializes in Persian dishes and does them well. Food quality is good, place is very busy and the service is making an effort to overcome the pressure.
If you absolutely love Persian food, this place is...More
Small place with a short menu. My wife and I don't speak Hebrew or know Persian food particularly well but our waiter steered us to great decisions. The cabbage salad was one of the best dishes I have had in a long time and the...More
Excelent Parsian resturant.
Not fancy at all .but excelebt food.you maybe share tables because it is very small .try the Gondi ! Try evrey thing from the cooking food.don't order barbeque enjoy the parsian food.
One of my favorite resturant.
On the edge of the famous Shook Lewinsky with its myriad Persian herbs and other delicacies is a jewel of a restaurant that is an institution with locals. Open mainly for lunch, a daily set lunch is the only choice. One can have the special...More
Salimi doesn't look like much--a small storefront with crowded tables--but it was recommended by the e-book "The 100 Best Ethnic Restaurants in Israel," so went here for a late lunch. We began with Gondi, a large dumpling served in chicken broth--looks like a large matzo...More