When Dined: July 5th, 2012. 14 members in the party.
Greeting: Polite, smiling, prompt.
Time to seating: 5-7 minutes- no reservations for us
Servers: Polite and Knowledgeable
Cost: Very reasonable
Serving Size: Very good
Food: Flavorful and tender.
Negatives: Some of the common items not available and we had to alternate. The rice was too buttery even from the Persian standard. The chicken kabob a little too soft though beef Koubideh and Cornish hen were both excellent. The bread was the indian naan and not the Persian bread.
Would we go back? Yes if we are in the area and feel like having Persian cuisine though we would not specially drive for this place.
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