I'd been passing this restaurant for weeks, thinking it was Italian. I'd never eaten Persian food and was eager to try it once I realized what type of restaurant it was. The food was fantastic. The menu has some Middle Eastern staples but also less familiar items. There are a variety of lamb dishes, as well as gyros, wraps, and lots of vegetarian and gluten-free options. Our portions were sized just right with none of the trendy huge helpings so many restaurants give you. The exception to this was the baklava I had for dessert, which was easily twice the size of other pieces I've had. Very reasonably priced, though entrees with lamb tend to get a little pricy. I'd eat here every day if I could.
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