Small and friendly. The menu was in three languages. Farsi, French and English. It is a BYOB . The plating of the dishes is very appealing. Rice is colourful in the middle eastern fashion, reds, orange grains and very aromatic. Don't miss the 3 bean soup. I had the lamb shank which was very tasy and tender. One thing that was not clear to my friends was that the lamb beef brochette was not alternating cubes of the two meats, but actually a mixture of the two meats ground together.
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