Food is not good and behavior is so bad just just decoration is nice and price is expensive i. Dont suggest
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The restaurant is designed beautifully and it was quite lively when we came in. We had to wait for awhile for out food to arrive. The starters were quite good especially the mirza hasemi but the mains were just ok. The best experience though was...More
I used to have dinner here with my classmates when I was a student in Isfahan. The decoration is great and it is a masterpiece of architecture. Unfortunately, I went to Isfahan after a long time and found Bastani restaurant to much different from the...More
Location is good and inside decorations are beautiful, but the food quality is below average, staff are not trained and you have to wait a long time to find someone to take orders.
I liked this place and went there twice during my short stay in Isfahan. The decoration is very nice and in the the restaurant has a local touch. The waiters were a little confused at first, but overall the service was fine and the owner...More
This restaurant is good decorated and has both outdoor and indoor parts. It has Iranian like seating and also chairs and tables. The location is very good and near the Imam mosque, but the prices are expensive and not recommended for backpackers.
Situated in the main square, it is a very nice restaurant. Local and traditional menu. Average prices and good raw materials! One of the best restaurant we visit in Iran
We had to spend one hour to eat the food we had ordered although we asked the staff of the restaurant several times we didn't have the food. Some women tried to help us and they were espelled from the restaurant. We were in group...More
Said to be the most atmospheric restaurant in Ispahan.Indeed the decoration is gorgeous.But one goes to a restaurant to have a nice meal. This is NOT the case.To say the least, the food is really disappointing.Quality is definitely not the owners ‘ concern.Bastani is a...More
Terrible service and the food looked liked and tasted as if it was days old. (We have had the kashk e bademjan.)